Demi Lovato Fans Start Online Petition For Australian Tour

Demi Lovato has yet to take her Neon Lights Tour to folks in Australia. However, a handful of fans are hoping to change things up very soon.

The former Disney darling recently wrapped up the North American leg of her tour in Indianapolis on March 30. Lovato will spend the next two months bringing her acclaimed show to fans throughout South America. Unfortunately for Australian supporters, Demi doesn’t have any official plans to hit the continent anytime soon.

Of course, that isn’t stopping folks on Twitter from sending one message after another to the singer in hopes of changing her mind. Demi Lovato has a very dedicated following, and some people who live in Australia feel they’re getting the short end of the stick.

One individual recently took their frustration with the situation over to a website called Twitition. Although the petition only has a few signatures as of this writing, word of mouth and fan support should help list grow considerably in the coming days.

Petition mastermind @chelslovatox wrote:

“DEMI LOVATO HAS NEVER BEEN TO AUSTRALIA AND THAT NEEDS TO CHANGE!! Since Demi is now planning more events for the Neon Lights Tour, We need EVERYONE to sign this petition and get Demi or Hollywood Records to notice this.”

Unfortunately for Australian fans, Demi Lovato teased a trip their neck of the woods a while back. In fact, the singer seemed interested in taking her show to the entire world. Unfortunately, those plans never came to fruition.

“I would love to come to Australia. I’ve always wanted to go, I’ve never been. I might be planning a world tour, and it definitely would be one of the main places where I would want to go because I’ve never been,” Lovato said two years ago.

If Demi wants to know how many people are seriously interested in a world tour, then all she needs to do is take a quick look at Twitter. Check out some of the recent tweets on the matter below.

Are you hoping that Demi Lovato will bring her Neon Lights Tour to the rest of the world?

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