Teen sensation Demi Lovato was born in August 1991, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. They got their start on the Disney Channel short As The Bell Rings before starring in the mega-hit TV movie Camp Rock alongside the Jonas Brothers.
An accomplished musician, Lovato plays both the piano and the guitar, releasing their debut record, Don’t Forget, in 2008. The child star appeared in another Disney Channel movie, Princess Protection Program, in 2009 alongside pal Selena Gomez. The Disney star maintains a close friendship with the Jonas Brothers, both onscreen and onstage.
In November 2010, Lovato pulled out of the Camp Rock 2 tour with the Jonas Brothers and entered a treatment facility to “seek medical treatment for emotional and physical issues she has dealt with for some time.” They left the rehab facility in January 2014. Over the years, Lovato has struggled with eating disorders and substance abuse. In July 2018, they suffered a near-fatal drug overdose just months after celebrating six years of sobriety.
The Sonny With a Chance alum was hospitalized and later entered a treatment center, which they spoke about in their 2021 documentary, Dancing With the Devil. The “Skyscraper” singer came out in May 2021 as non-binary and revealed new pronouns, they/them.
Lovato was linked to Metro Station’s lead singer Trace Cyrus before breaking things off in July 2009. Things heated up between Lovato and their Camp Rock costar Joe Jonas in 2010, but the romance lasted less than four months. The “Confident” singer dated Wilmer Valderrama on and off for six years before separating in June 2016. The musician was engaged to Max Ehrich for two months before calling it quits in September 2020.