Teen star Demi Lovato says she enjoys the celebrity whirl occasionally – like getting all glammed up and hitting Vanity Fair’s and Elton John’s Oscar night parties with her beau, Joe Jonas and his brothers. However, “I feel like, it’s fun for me, but it’s just as much fun to go to In-N-Out and a movie with my friends,” says the 17-year-old.
She goes on, “My love and my fun is making music and making movies and TV shows. For me, it’s more about the art than the glamour of going to parties and seeing other celebrities.”
This season of her “Sonny With a Chance” sitcom finds Demi’s alter ego, sketch comedy show star Sonny Munroe, getting “more comfortable being in Hollywood. She’s used to it a little bit, and dealing with paparazzi and tabloids and thing like that.”
In that regard, Sonny is “definitely more relatable to me personally than other characters I’ve played,” Demi says. She also says, “I feel like she’s grown up a lot but stayed the same bubbly, down-to-earth girl.”
Bubbly Demi embarks on a three-continent concert tour with those Jonas boys in July. It’s the “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam” tour in advance of the sequel to 2008’s No. 1 cable entertainment hit, the Disney Channel’s “Camp Rock.” “Camp Rock 2” won’t premiere until September, but there’ll be a slew of “Camp Rock”-related business coming our way sooner, starting with an iTouch/iPhone/iPad app debuting May 11.