Her second headlining tour “A Special Night with Demi Lovato” (2011-2013) played 68 shows including Europe and Asia and grossed million.
Soon, she landed her TV debut, playing the main role of Angela in “Barney & Friends” (2002-2004).
Demi then played small roles in a single episode of “Prison Break” and “Just Jordan.”She went on to establish herself as a Disney star with a lead role in “As the Bell Rings”.
See Also: Miley Cyrus Bio, Relationship With Liam Hemsworth, Siblings, Age, Height Despite her struggles, Demi’s next album “Unbroken” (2011) was an instant success peaking at #4 on the Billboard 200 and producing the platinum-selling hit single “Skyscraper”. Her 2013 album, “Demi” which recorded simultaneously while she served as X Factor judge sold over 110,000 copies in its first week, making it her most successful first week sales.
While making new music, Lovato continued to promote them through touring.
The album debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200 and was certified gold.
She supported the album with a promotional concert, “Demi Live! She released her follow-up album “Here We Go Again” in 2009.
Around the same time, Demi became the owner of a Mercedes-Benz E350 valued at 0,000 and a Range Rover Sports Supercharged, valued at ,000.
See Also: Selena Gomez Relationship With Justin Bieber, Boyfriend, Tattoo, Mom, Wiki Most Disney child stars, while transitioning into adulthood always find themselves in some type of drama.
Demi earned about million for her role as judge and mentor on the 20 seasons of the American version of X Factor. She has a mixed ethnicity – Italian, Hispanic and Irish.
Taking after her mom Dianna who was a country artist, Demi began playing piano at the age of 7.
Her career really opened up in 2008 when she starred alongside the Jonas Brothers in Disney original movie, “Camp Rock”.