We're excited to report that half-Mexican artist Demi Lovato has recorded a Spanish version of her hit song, “Skyscraper!”
Shortly after its release two weeks ago, the song about staying strong reached number one on iTunes. In an exclusive Q&A with AOL Music, the former Disney star described the positive response she's been getting about the song as incredible. “I hear that people like Katy Perry and Kelly Clarkson respect my music and are even tweeting about it on their own,” she said. “It’s just been so amazing and I’ve been so thankful and grateful.”
Lovato has had a rough year after having been admitted into rehab for emotional and physical issues which included various eating disorders. Though she spent months in treatment, the 18-year-old star does not consider herself fully recovered. “This is an ongoing process and the hardest part about these diseases is that they’re things that I’m going to have to face every day for the rest of my life,” she said.
Besides having to deal with her ongoing issues, Lovato has been the focus of numerous rumors linking her to different celebrities, including Ryan Phillippe – who is twice her age. The actress/singer took to Twitter last Thursday to clear the air about her current relationship status. “Ladies and gentlemen, and also BLOG SITES – I. AM. SINGLE. I’m not dating anyone. I’m loving my independence right now,” she Tweeted. Check out the Spanish version of Skyscraper below!