Fans can now mark their calendars for Demi Lovato's official return to music. The singer announced on Monday that her upcoming fourth album will be called "Demi" and will hit stores on May 14th through Hollywood Records.
She also tweeted a photo of the album's edgy cover art, featuring the former Disney star wearing nothing but silver glitter and dark lipstick.
The 20-year-old tells "MTV News" that "Demi" will be a continuation of her 2011 album Unbroken, which she released just after spending time in rehab. She says she's thankful for the opportunity to be able to "let out a lot of things therapeutically" with her music. Lovato co-wrote almost all of the songs on "Demi." The video for its lead single "Heart Attack" is set to premiere next Tuesday.
Check out a teaser for the album:
She also announced last week that she's back on board for another season of "X Factor. Demi Lovato has some pretty ambitious names in mind for the judge she'd like to see join her on "X Factor" next season. She made some suggestions on Monday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Demi admitted that she doesn't really have much sway when it comes to convincing her rival judge Simon Cowell on such matters, but says she's just excited to not be the rookie on season three. The last time she gave him a suggestion however, it was to bring on Khloe Kardashian as co-host, which they did make happen. She also joked about some recent injuries, including her broken fibula that she blames on Jennifer Lawrence since it happened when she slipped on her floor while watching Silver Linings Playbook. Demi also spoke about her new album Demi, saying that fans can expect her to talk about some "heavy" personal subjects that she hasn't spoken about before. Even though she was sick, Demi also stuck around to perform her new single "Heart Attack" for the first time on television.
Check out her performance on Kimmel:
Check out her interview on Kimmel:
Demi Lovato also brought "Heart Attack" to the ballroom of "Dancing With The Stars." The singer appeared on Tuesday night's elimination episode of the ABC show to perform the track off her upcoming album.