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.
Demi Lovato has just been announced as a performer at 2013 Teen Choice Awards. The 20-year-old singer and "The X Factor (US)" judge will be performing "Made in the USA", a patriotic love song taken from her fourth studio album "Demi".
Lovato took to Twitter on Thursday, August 8, to share the exciting news to her fans. "It's truuue!! I'm performing #MadeInTheUSA on the Teen Choice Awards!! Tune in to Fox on Sun. and get it on iTunes!!" she wrote.
It will mark her first live appearance after taking a brief break to get her tonsils removed last month. She will join previously-announced performers including One Direction, Paramore and Florida Georgia Line.
Along with "The X Factor (US)" alum Fifth Harmony, Lovato will present the Acuvue Inspire Award, which will be given to an inspirational celebrity who uses his or her fame over the past year to make a difference in teens' lives.
Lovato is nominated in several categories like Choice Female Artist, Choice Single: Female, Choice Female Hottie and Choice Smile.
Hosted by Darren Criss and Lucy Hale, this year's Teen Choice Awards will have stars like Nina Dobrev, Ashton Kutcher, Ashley Benson, Liam Hemsworth, Bella Thorne, Lily Collins and Chloe Moretz presenting the awards.
The star-studded event will air live on Sunday, August 11 at 8 P.M. on FOX.