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Demi Lovato's New Album Debuts With Her Highest Billboard 200 Position Since 2015!

Demi Lovato's New Album Debuts With Her Highest Billboard 200 Position Since 2015!

Demi Lovato has made a splash with her big music return!

The 28-year-old dropped her seventh album Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over, her first in four years, and it debuted in the No 2 spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

This also marks her highest album chart position since 2015, when her album Confident was released. It’s also her seventh Top 5 charting album in a row, aka her entire discography.

In addition, Demi also had the No 1 album in sales, with 74,000 equivalent album units – 38k album sales, 33k SEA units (streaming), and 2k TEA units (track equivalent albums).

DWTDTAOSO has multiple different versions available. The standard edition has 19 tracks, the webstore exclusive has one bonus track, Target has an exclusive edition with two bonus tracks, the expanded edition, which includes previously released singles like “I Love Me,” “I’m Ready” with Sam Smith and “OK Not to Be OK” with Marshmello, and the deluxe edition, which features bonus track “Sunset” and live performance editions of “Anyone,” “Dancing With The Devil” and “ICU (Madison’s Lullabye).”

The number one album this week was Justin Bieber‘s Justice, which returned to the top spot.

Demi Lovato Says Making Her New Docu-Series Was 'Really Cathartic'

Demi Lovato Says Making Her New Docu-Series Was 'Really Cathartic'

Demi Lovato is sharing what it was like to make her docu-series Dancing With The Devil.

The 28-year-old performer made a virtual appearance on The Tonight Show on Friday (April 9) and reflected on how the experience impacted her.

Host Jimmy Fallon described the show as “rough and tough” and asked Demi if it was “odd” to be so raw and vulnerable about her life.

“It was challenging,” she replied. “I had to work through a lot of things before I actually told the story on camera.”

“But I’ve been working on myself and putting in a lot of work behind the scenes so that when it was time to put it on camera, I felt completely secure to tell my story,” Demi added.

She described making the docu-series as “really cathartic” and shared that she hopes viewers will learn from what she went through and that the documentary will help destigmatize mental health.

She told Jimmy, “No matter what people say when they watch it, and whatever people think when they listen to my album [Dancing With the Devil...The Art of Starting Over], I am so excited about these two projects and I’m standing in such truth that nothing anyone can say will shake me.”

Demi recently opened up about one “weird” part about growing up on the Disney Channel.

Demi Lovato Admits She Was Also Shocked By Things Max Ehrich Said & Did After Split

Demi Lovato Admits She Was Also Shocked By Things Max Ehrich Said & Did After Split

Demi Lovato is opening up about her breakup from Max Ehrich in the final episode of her Dancing With The Devil docu-series.

The 28-year-old, her friends and family all dished about their relationship, then their split.

After they got engaged, Demi said, “There have been times in my life where I have felt so alone. Now that I have found him, I feel amazing… I’m kind of scared to know life without quarantine with him.”

Her best friend Sirah even admitted, “Although there was a lot of concerns, we were all still really happy that she was feeling so good and that she had somebody with her through this time.”

On their split, Demi admitted that, like everyone else, she was also shocked by some of the things that he said and did after they broke up. Click inside to see what she said… More Here! »

Demi Lovato Says This Part of Growing Up On Disney Channel Was 'Weird'

Demi Lovato Says This Part of Growing Up On Disney Channel Was 'Weird'

Demi Lovato is opening up about essentially growing up on Disney Channel.

The 28-year-old got her big break on the network when she starred in Camp Rock in 2008.

She was also in the short series As The Bell Rings, as well as her own show Sonny With a Chance, and of course Camp Rock 2.

Demi just opened up about what it was like having most of her peers just be her fellow Disney stars, and what she refers to Disney High.

“I called it Disney High because my only peers were other people on the Disney Channel,” she told Apple Music‘s Zane Lowe. “And it was like, it was weird. You know, we all dated each other. We all hung out together and we had feuds and it was weird. It was like high school, but ours was on a platform with social media that had never existed before.”

“So now I’m like, and there’s camera phones. That was something nobody had to worry about 10 years prior, camera phones,” Demi continued. “If I was a Disney kid at a party, I could not be seen with a red cup, no matter what was in it. If I had Coca-Cola or a Jack and Coke, I couldn’t be seen with that Coca-Cola because nobody knew what was in the contents of the red cup and the red cup kind of symbolized… All times everywhere you go. Never be seen slipping up.”

In case you missed it, see how fans reacted to a “savage” song on Demi‘s new album…

Demi Lovato Releases New Song 'Sunset' On 'Dancing With The Devil' Deluxe Album

Demi Lovato Releases New Song 'Sunset' On 'Dancing With The Devil' Deluxe Album

Demi Lovato has released another new song!

The 28-year-old singer and actress dropped the deluxe version of her new album Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over late Sunday night (April 4).

Demi‘s deluxe album features the new track “Sunset,” as well as the live acoustic versions of “Dancing With The Devil,” “Anyone” and “ICU (Madison’s Lullabye)” from her docu-series premiere event.

“So don’t let the sunset / On our love / Don’t let the night fall / Tear us apart, no / ‘Cause I’m lost without you, without you / Don’t let thе sunset / On our love, no,” Demi sings in the chorus of “Sunset.”

“The deluxe edition of #DWTDTAOSO is out now featuring ‘Sunset’ & live acoustic performances of ‘Anyone’ ‘Dancing With The Devil’ & ‘ICU (Madison’s Lullabye)’ 🌅💖🦋,” Demi wrote on Instagram.

“Sunset” is now the fourth bonus track from Demi‘s longest album to date. Other bonus tracks include “Gray” from her webstore exclusive edition, plus “I’m Sorry” and “Change You” from the Target exclusive. There’s also the expanded edition of DWTDTAOSO, which includes the previously released songs “I Love Me,” “I’m Ready” with Sam Smith and “OK Not To Be OK” with Marshmello.

The standard edition of the album features 19 tracks. Prior to this seventh album, Demi‘s last album with the most tracks on the standard edition was Unbroken, which was released in 2011, with 15 songs.


Demi Lovato – ‘Sunset’

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Fans React To Demi Lovato's New Song '15 Minutes' About Max Ehrich

Fans React To Demi Lovato's New Song '15 Minutes' About Max Ehrich

Demi Lovato‘s new album Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over is out now, and one song in particular has fans buzzing!

The 28-year-old entertainer’s 14th track on the album is titled “15 Minutes,” and is essentially a diss track to her ex-fiancé Max Ehrich.

“‘Cause you were looking for fifteen minutes, yeah / And now you got fifteen minutes, yeah / Pack your stuff, you can come and get it, yeah,” she sings in the chorus. “Ain’t goodbye but it’s good riddance / You got fifteen minutes / Hope you enjoy your fifteen minutes.”

In the first chorus, after Demi sings “Pack your stuff, you can come and get it, yeah,” she laughs, and fans think this is a reference to Selena Gomez‘s song “Come and Get It,” because of his past love of Selena.

Later in the song, she then addresses the infamous photos and video of Max seemingly crying at the beach where we proposed to her.

“Prayin’ in Malibu, prayin’ in Malibu, how could you, how could you? / Prayin’ in Malibu, prayin’ in Malibu, I hope it saved you / Prayin’ in Malibu, prayin’ in Malibu, how could you, how could you? / Crying in Malibu,” Demi sings in the bridge.


Demi Lovato – ’15 Minutes’

Many fans took to social media to share their reactions to the track. Click inside to see what people are saying… More Here! »

Demi Lovato Tells Her True Story in 'Dancing with the Devil' Video

Demi Lovato Tells Her True Story in 'Dancing with the Devil' Video

Demi Lovato is retelling the emotional story of what happened on the night of her overdose in her new “Dancing with the Devil” music video, which was just released.

The 28-year-old singer also just dropped her brand new album and you can listen to it here.

The video begins with a disclaimer saying, “This video contains content depicting addiction, drug use, trauma, and sexual abuse which may be triggering for some.” It then shows Demi in the hospital with tubes going in and out of her neck to clean her blood, details that were discussed in her new YouTube docu-series.

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The visual then cuts to Demi‘s night out before her overdose, then to her bedroom when her drug dealer sexually abused her and then left her there to die. We see as her assistant comes into the room and finds her unresponsive and then the paramedics arrive to help bring her back to life.

The rest of the video follows Demi‘s journey to recovery in the hospital and it ends with her revealing her “Survivor” tattoo on her neck.

TMZ‘s sources revealed that Demi went off script during the video shoot and surprised everyone when she “began lip-syncing the song and began to sob uncontrollably.” She reportedly told people on set that filming the video was “cathartic.”

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