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Lovato announces tour

Published 30/09/2013

Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato’s The Neon Lights Tour starts next year and tickets go on sale in a week.

The singer and former Disney star announced the series of concert dates which will kick off on February 9, 2014 in Vancouver, Canada.

The 21-year-old shared the news via her Facebook page on Sunday, alerting fans that they can buy entry for a gig in just one week.

“So so excited to announce The Neon Lights Tour!!! Tickets go on sale October 5!” she wrote on the social networking website along with a video.

The mainly black and white moving image clip shows her singing live to a track as emotional fans scream adoringly at her in the crowds.

That same day The X Factor USA judge was spotted enjoying a shopping trip with boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama, according to Just Jared, but in a new TV role she plays a girl in a same-sex relationship.

Demi said it was "pretty awesome" playing a lesbian in Glee and makes a cameo as character Dani in the hit musical TV series’ fifth season.

She appreciates the opportunity to depict a gay woman onscreen, especially since American gays have recently won equal marriage rights.

"Figuring out how to represent that community [was a unique challenge]... it's been pretty awesome to represent that on primetime TV," she told MTV News.

Demi's character has a crush on Naya Rivera's persona, Santana, and she loved working with Naya because she thinks her co-star is a huge source of inspiration.

"Well I took a meeting so before I even booked the role. I knew what the role was going to be, and [Naya Rivera and I] had an awesome time working together," Demi gushed. "She's such a bada*s; I love her. “

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