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Demi Lovato: All Access Book Review

Demi Lovato: All Access Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Oct 08, 2009
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

How did Demi Lovato rise to fame so quickly? Check out Kidzworld’s review of Riley Brooks’ unauthorized biography of the Camp Rock star to find out!

Author: Riley Brooks

How did Demi Lovato rise to fame so quickly? Check out Kidzworld’s review of Riley Brooks’ unauthorized biography of the Camp Rock star to find out!

All In The Family

A lot of Demi’s success stems from the undying support of her family. Demi’s mom was a professional cheerleader for the Dallas Cowboys before she pursued a singing career and Demi’s older sister Dallas loves to sing and dance too—the entertaining gene must run in the family!

Demi was only a toddler when her parents divorced so she stayed with her mom and sister in Texas while her father moved to New Mexico. Unfortunately her father was later diagnosed with cancer, which made it difficult for him to travel to see Demi and they rarely saw each other. Since Demi was so young when her biological father left, she’s always considered Eddie DeLaGarza, her mom’s new husband to be her dad. He and Demi’s mother always encouraged Demi to follow her dreams and their love and support keeps Demi grounded.

A Big Purple Dinosaur

After years of auditions Demi finally landed her big break with a part on Barney & Friends, but the audition process didn’t just mark the beginning of her career, it also marked the beginning of an important friendship. While Demi was killing time in the waiting room she asked another girl in line to sit and color with her—that girl was [kwlink 14095Selena Gomez[/kwlink]! Selena landed a part too and the BFFs filmed two seasons of Barney together—little did they know that one day they’d both have their own Disney shows!

The Bottom Line

Demi Lovato: All Access provides a great background on one of Disney’s biggest stars, but Demi’s bigger fans might be bored since so much of the content is already common knowledge. There’s not a lot of dirt here, but the casual Demi fan might enjoy reading about how Demi got where she is today.

Demi Lovato: All Access Rating: 3

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