Soon after leaving rehab, Demi Lovato is expected to be back at work to record her new album and prepare her solo tour.
Despite currently staying in rehab for "emotional and physical issues," Demi Lovato apparently has a lot on her plate for next year. Beside reportedly up for a role in "The Avengers" which will start shooting in April, the teen songstress is also preparing a new album and going to follow it up with a solo tour.
To the Associated Press, her camp confirmed the tour is still on track. When talking about today's high ticket prices, Demi even promised she will do her best to keep her ticket price affordable, "I have best friends that aren't in the industry and are dealing with just buying groceries and things like that, so I want to do my part."
Before going to rehab, Demi Lovato was on tour with Jonas Brothers. Through her representative, the "Sonny with a Chance" star said back then that she "regrets not being able to finish her tour, but is looking forward to getting back to work in the near future."
Regarding her rehab progress itself, it seems that Lovato might be out soon. After staying in the facility during Thanksgiving last month, she was allowed to take a break from her treatment and spent Christmas Day with her family over the weekend. There is no word on when she will be back home though.
Also, she has reached financial agreement with Alex Welch, the dancer she allegedly punched in the face. "The parties are satisfied and the dispute has been resolved amicably and completely," Welch's attorney Donald Karpel said. Details of the deal are confidential and have not been released to the press.