Demi Lovato’s stint in rehab definitely served as inspiration for her album which she has decided to call “Unbroken”. The singer revealed the title of her third studio album via her Facebook and Twitter account. "I'm happy to announce the title of my new album: Unbroken!" the former Disney star wrote on Facebook.
The album is scheduled to be released in the
on September 20, which is preceded by its lead single "Skyscraper" which peaked at No. 10 on Billboard Hot 200. There has been no other information regarding other tracks on the album, although there are rumours flying around that Missy Elliot and Timbaland will be contributing to the album. United States
I’m curious to see if Demi will still implement that pop/R&B sound that she intended to do. After she tweeted pictures of her in the studio with Timbaland and Missy, I'm hoping that she surprises everybody and finally ditches the manufactured pop/rock sound.
In other news, the singer has landed a spread in the September issue of Elle magazine. The photo shoot was shot by Daniel King and styled by Christopher Niquet. The shoot only provides me to hunt down Demi and propose to her.
Read the excerpts from the Elle interview after the jump.
On her problems with tourmate Alex Welch: “I was completely out of line all summer. Just the worst attitude-totally ungrateful… I just felt like she’d betrayed me. That’s the bottom line. When you punch someone on a plane, enough is enough. Right after, I texted my mom and just said, ‘I’m sorry.’ ”
On her breakup with Joe Jonas: “I wouldn’t credit my meltdown to a guy. There was so much other stuff in my life.”
On being bullied as a child: “Those girls never gave me an explanation for why they were bullying me. One of the words they called me was fat. At that age, you think, Oh, so I don’t have friends because I’m fat.”
On being pictured with cutting marks: “I don’t think I would have been ready to talk about [my problems] then, but I could’ve come up with something better than gummy bracelets. Needless to say, that publicist is no longer with us… (pause). I mean, she’s alive.”