Even though Demi Lovato performed her latest hit "Skyscraper" at the ALMA awards in two languages she does not speak Spanish— at all. The 19-year-old part-Mexican singer/actress admitted to Jimmy Fallon this week on his show Late Night, “I don’t know what the heck I was saying!” Lovato performed in both English and Spanish and said she needed a teleprompter to aid her with the Spanish portion. “While I’m gliding through fog in a tight, red dress, I’m reading a teleprompter, trying to look graceful just praying to God that I don’t fall in my dress!” she admitted. Lovato won an ALMA Award for Favorite TV Actress for her role in Disney hit show Sonny With A Chance, which she left earlier this year.
Lovato’s new album, Unbroken, was released this past Tuesday and she has been all over the place promoting for it. Her first single, “Skyscraper,” has had tremendous success, even reaching the number one spot on iTunes soon after its release this summer. Lovato recently revealed her second radio single will be “Who’s That Boy,” a dance song with flirty lyrics. The singer told MTV that she will hopefully shoot the video for the song soon but Demi isn’t sure what the near future holds. “I don't know what's next—if it's a movie, if it's touring, I don't know,” she said. “We'll find out."
Check out a clip of Lovato’s interview with Jimmy Fallon below: