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The song, which serves as the soundtrack to 'Frozen', is originally sung by Idina Menzel who voices the Snow Queen in the upcoming Disney animated movie.
The 'X Factor (US)' judge teams her newly-dyed locks with a black leather jacket and a pair of leggings when delivering the first TV performance of her newest single.
Along with British singer Cher Lloyd, the two all-girls groups from 'The X Factor' will serve as the opening acts on Lovato's upcoming Neon Lights tour.
The pop rock singer will go on a 27-date trek across North America starting on February 9 in Vancouver.
Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland, Paulina Rubio and Simon Cowell put together a music video for a cover of Second Hand High's 'You Better Ask Me to Dance'.
Demi's book 'Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year', which contains daily quotes from her tweets, will be released on November 19.
Wearing matching red outfits, the Santana depicter and her new on-screen love interest pose for a selfie.
Lovato will play Santana's love interest and original cast members such as Amber Riley, Harry Shum Jr., Mark Salling and Jayma Mays will return for the Cory Monteith tribute episode.
The gift was given by one of the Maasai communities in Kenya where she volunteered on her birthday.
A dark-haired woman who resembles Demi is photographed in provocative poses, such as kissing a woman and lying topless in bed.
The Rachel Berry depicter thanks series creator Ryan Murphy for casting two of her 'best friends,' Lovato and Phoebe Strole, in season 5.
A popular website claims it was offered some 20 explicit images supposedly of the 'Heart Attack' singer.
Words are, the 'X Factor (US)' judge is slated to star in at least six episodes in the fifth season of the FOX show.
The British boys lead the crowd to sing and dance to their hit, 'Best Song Ever', while the 'X Factor (US)' judge teams up with Nick Jonas to perform 'Made in the USA'.
Set to perform the latest single off her self-titled album, the 'X Factor (US)' judge will join previously-announced performers, which include One Direction, Paramore and Florida Georgia Line.