Demi Lovato opens up about her new single, experience in rehab

New York: After a stint in rehab for an eating disorder, singer Demi Lovato has finally come out of it by releasing a new single and talking about her experience during the adverse time.

Lovato, 18, released the ‘Skycraper’ on ‘On Air with Ryan Seacrest’, and so far it has received lots of acknowledgement.

“As the world knows, I kind of went through a bunch this last year,” the New York Daily News quoted Lovato as telling Seacrest on his show.

“Skyscraper is about rising above those issues. That it’s going to be OK. No matter how hard your rock bottom is, you can rise above it and you can come back.

“It got to the point where I was lying to everyone, lying about eating and being happy…

“I became a little brat and I had so much growing up to do, and I never intentionally meant to be that way, but I just had so much going on in my head,” she added recalling what she had faced during the rehab.

The track, which talks about struggling with life’s hardships and facing the adversity head on, rose to the coveted No. 1 spot on the iTunes top 10 chart.


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