Demi Lovato is reportedly working on a memoir she hopes to release next year.
Hot on the heels of Joe Jonas' New York Magazine tell-all essay, the former Sonny with a Chance star revealed that she's working on her very own book of real-life stories. Jonas could possibly find his name nestled among the pages.
E! Online reports that Demi Lovato revealed her plans for the memoir during her appearance at the launch party for the latest issue of Nylon. Since Joe Jonas doesn't have a problem discussing their relationship, chances are the Camp Rock alum could dish on her own experiences with the singer.
"I also said beware because I'm writing my tell-all now. I have a memoir coming out probably next year, I don't know, whenever it's done!" Lovato explained.
As for the middle Jonas' essay, Demi didn't seem to mind the material he tackled. However, the X Factor judge believes he should probably approach the subjects a bit more sensitively next time around.
"Well, first I was like, 'Umm, we need to talk,' and then we talked and I was fine. I was like, 'Look, I'm not mad at you but you need to choose your words more carefully next time," Lovato explained.
She added, "They're my brothers, I love them so much. Joe and I argue like brother and sister and [he's] always going to be in my life. He meant no harm and he's never had a chance to tell his side of the story so I'm proud of him."
The Inquisitr previously reported that Joe Jonas' essay discussed the relationship with Demi Lovato that developed following their roles in Camp Rock. According to the singer, Lovato and Miley Cyrus also talked him into trying marijuana for the very first time. Not surprisingly, these revelations didn't settle well with Lovato's sister.
Pathetic how people cut others down to get attention off themselves.. Loser
— Dallas Lovato (@dallaslovato) December 2, 2013
Here's some of the stuff that twisted up the Lovatos:
"I really got to know her and got to see the ins and outs of what she was struggling with, like drug abuse. I felt like I needed to take care of her, but at the same time I was living a lie, because I wasn't happy but felt like I had to stay in it for her, because she needed help. I couldn't express any of that, of course, because I had a brand to protect."
Are you a fan of Demi Lovato? Will you pick up a copy of the former Sonny with a Chance star's memoir when it hits bookstores?