Demi Lovato - Demi Lovato wants to do good
Demi Lovato wants to use her ''power'' for good and hopes her songs can help other people.
Demi Lovato wants to use her ''power'' for good.
The 'Heart Attack'' singer - who underwent a stint in rehab to be treated for bulimia and self-harming in 2010 - admits her new album 'Unbroken' contains a lot of ''emotional'' material and while it was good for her to express her feelings, she also hopes the tracks can help other people.
She said: ''With the album I have a ton of upbeat songs [that are] super catchy that get stuck in your head, which is a good thing. But I also have some pretty emotional songs on there, opening up about things that I haven't ever really talked about. It's a big deal for me...
''If you're not using your power for good, then you're wasting everyone's time.''
The 20-year-old star also thinks her years of experience in the entertainment industry have made her a good judge on 'The X Factor', and she insists she has never felt out of her depth alongside older panelists Britney Spears, L.A. Reid and Simon Cowell.
Speaking on 'Live with Kelly and Michael', she added: ''I've lived a lot of life at a young age and I've kind of seen the world from a different perspective. As a kid I always got along better with adults, and so being able to sit on a panel with other adults, I feel comfortable.''