Demi Lovato visited Good Morning America yesterday and the 19-year-old former Disney star told co-host Robin Roberts that a lot of her musical inspiration came from getting back into the swing of things. “I’ve taken a lot of time off in the past year and now I’m back in the game with vengeance and I’m ready,” the singer/actress said. “I’m here and I’m unbroken—which is the title of the album.” Lovato was admitted into rehab last year for mental and physical disorders and was released this spring.
Unbroken is available now on iTunes. “I think it's grown-up, but it's not too grown-up,” Lovato told MTV News recently of her new album. “It's not tasteless. It's growing up with my fans. It's [like] I'm not a kid anymore, but I'm also not a full-grown woman either. So I'm in that in-between stage, trying to figure out where that is. So I'm figuring it out, just like my fans are.” Lovato’s first single “Skyscraper” has met tremendous success, hitting the number one spot on iTunes soon after its release.
As for her decision to release “Skyscraper” as her first single, Lovato said it symbolized her journey, when she was once “broken.” “I’m standing here today—not to sound cheesy—but like a skyscraper,” she said. “I’m standing tall and I’m standing confident and happy and healthy and proud.” As you should be Demi!
Watch Lovato perform “Skyscraper” below: