Demi Lovato has been quite a busy gal touring all over the world, recording new music and more lately. Luckily, Demi still has time set aside to chat! Demi recently sat down with ‘Radio‘s Colleen M. Quill to talk about what she’s current reading, listening to, tweeting and what she has in store for fans on this tour! Check out what Demi had to say below:
How do you keep the tour fresh for yourself and your fans?
Every night is different because I’m in a new city and performing in front of a new crowd. Compared to my Neon Lights Tour, which wrapped earlier this year, fans can expect a few more surprises during my World Tour as well as special guests Christina Perri, MKTO and Becky G.
I’ve been fortunate enough to have an amazing crowd at every show. The energy definitely affects my performances in a positive way – there’s no better feeling than performing in front of an audience and seeing my fans singing my songs with me.
What are your top three favorite Demi Lovato songs? Do they change depending on whether you are performing currently?
They do change. Right now I am enjoying “Really Don’t Care” because it’s such a fun song to perform. I also love “Nightingale” and “Neon Lights.”
What is going through your head as you perform?
For me, it’s about connecting with my audience, focusing on the music and putting on a great show for my fans.
What are you reading right now?
I am reading a great book called Within: A Spiritual Awakening to Love and Weight Loss [by Dr. Habib Sadeghi with a forward by Gwyneth Paltrow] right now.
What songs are catching your ear?
“Stay With Me” by Sam Smith is currently one of my favorites.
When you’ve achieved so many things, how hard is it to set goals?
It’s not hard at all. There are still many goals I want to achieve. I would love to win a GRAMMY one day, maybe even an Oscar. Another goal of mine is to continuously improve myself every day and become a better person than I was yesterday.
Every day is a blessing and I am so grateful for all of the amazing moments. When I look back on how far I’ve come, it does seem surreal – but more than anything, I’m honored to be in the position where I can help others.
You’ve grown up in front of the camera, what are some of your tricks to surviving public scrutiny?
Over the last couple of years, I’ve learned that other people’s opinions of me really don’t matter. Right now, I’m focusing on making myself happy and becoming a better person every day. Staying positive and staying strong.