Demi Lovato has some big plans for 2015. Plans for what? She isn’t saying exactly, but what Lovato is sharing is that her “moment is coming… #2015.”
I haven’t had my moment yet.. My moment is coming…. #2015
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) January 20, 2015
The tweet sent out earlier this week by Lovato got more than 15,000 retweets, was favorited more than 22,000 times, and got all kinds of responses from fans.
So what moment is she planning for and why hasn’t she had it yet? The star has seemingly had an amazing past few years, so it seems odd that the Camp Rock star could have even bigger plans for 2015. Lovato stayed cryptic when she tweeted a few hours later that she “had some incredible meetings” and that she was so “excited for what’s in store.”
Had some incredible meetings today. So f*cking excited for what’s in store for this year and for all of you to hear!!!!! #2015 — Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) January 20, 2015
Could it be a new album? A tour? What is it, Lovato? Your fans want to know!
The star had a spectacular 2014. According to FDRMX, Lovato “was everywhere last year!”
Lovato collaborated with the pop group, The Vamps, on their song “Somebody to You.” In that same month, May of 2014, Lovato announced her very first world tour, the “Demi World Tour.” She also opened for Enrique Iglesias’ “Sex and Love Tour” in the United Kingdom. Oh yeah, and she somehow had time to collaborate with friend Nick Jonas on his song “Avalanche.”
The 22-year-old Lovato was also “tapped as cosmetics and nail polish brand N.Y.C. New York Color’s first Global Brand Ambassador” in September of last year, according to US Weekly.
According to the brand’s executive director, Johanna Businelli, “Demi’s youthful, modern sensibility, audacious style and wide-reaching appeal make her the perfect choice to represent N.Y.C. (New York Color) on a global scale.”
The star was also named a “mental health warrior” by CNN for all the work she has done for those suffering from mental health issues. Lovato went public with her bipolar disorder diagnoses, helping to remove the stigma of suffering from a mental illness and feeling like you have to keep quiet about it. Lovato has continuously used her role and her popularity to inspire others.
Sometimes you have to ALLOW yourself to reach new milestones when your mind wants to quit. Keep pushing yourself.. Your spirit deserves it.
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) January 21, 2015
So with all that under her belt, what more could Demi Lovato possibly do to make 2015 her “moment”?
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