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Demi Lovato plays Miami on Sunday

Pop princess Demi Lovato’s introduction into show biz was a gig at age 10 on the kids’ TV show “Barney & Friends,” along with good friend Selena Gomez. She went on to find success in the vast Disney universe along with peers Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers, parlaying starring roles in the hit film “Camp Rock” and the TV show “Sonny with a Chance” into a recording contract at sweet 16.

And like so many child stars before her, she succumbed to the pressures of fame and found trouble with drugs and alcohol, cutting and bulimia. But instead of giving up, she got help.

Today, in addition to topping the pop charts, Lovato has been a judge on “The X Factor,” had a recurring role on “Glee,” become a New York Times best-selling author (for last year’s “Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year”), and will release the memoir “A Journal” next month.

Lovato takes the stage Sunday at downtown Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena in support of her fourth studio album, “Demi,” along with openers Christina Perri and MKTO. You’ll hear all her hits, including “Skyscraper,” “Heart Attack,” “Here We Go Again,” “Neon Lights” and “Really Don’t Care,” plus her more rocking version of “Let It Go,” Idina Menzel’s hit song from the Disney smash film “Frozen.”

She talked to Miami.com about the show, her journey from rough times back to prominence, and what she thinks of Miami.

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Demi Lovato shows a little shoulder on the cover of the latest issue of Faunt magazine!

Here’s what the 22-year-old entertainer, styled by Avo Yermagyan, had to share with the mag:

On the sound of her record: “Everything that happened on the album happened organically. Nothing was really planned in terms of “I want a dance song” or anything like that- it just kind of happened! It’s exciting to show people a different side of myself.”

On her charity projects: “Well these projects were really born out of my relationship with my fans, where they are able to look up to me no matter what they’re going through. I really like being there for them in that way. I pride myself in being a role model but I’m not perfect- I curse like a sailor and I sometimes make mistakes but at the same time I want to be what I know my little sister and that younger generation needs.”

On being a role model: “I use to get frustrated that just because I wanted to sing, I was automatically expected to be a role model. But I had to grow up and realise that no matter what I do I’m going to be somebody’s role model. It’s true what they say- “with great power comes great responsibility”- and everybody’s career is different but for me, I had to grow up and embrace it rather than resent it, as that only made me resent my career.”

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