Demi Lovato News: Headed for Trouble? (Photos)

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Demi Lovato news alert! The young Disney star and now pop sensation was seen heading into Teddy’s night club last night, August 2nd. Though this would be a normal night for many Hollywood celebrities, Lovato is only 18 years old. That’s three years too young to legally be in a club that serves alcohol.

Just Jared reports “After getting a bit of pampering and a outfit change, the 18-year-old musician made her way out and headed over for a fun night at Teddy’s.” A fun night at Teddy’s should be for someone who is 21. To be fair, perhaps there was another reason for her being there, like a private birthday party. But where have Lovato’s old friend – the ones like Selena Gomez – been lately? She’s been seen with much older friends like Kim Kardashian and there are even reports saying that Lovato dated Ryan Phillippe who is twice her age!

Lovato has had her fair share of ups and downs this year. After a very public battle with emotional and eating disorders, Demi Lovato checked herself into rehab. Though not for drugs or alcohol, partying at a club still seems an unwise choice for someone still dealing with personal troubles. The singer has bounced back, becoming a role model for teens who feel pressure to be thin and beautiful. The star spoke out recently though, saying she didn’t feel like she has always been a good role model. Heading out to a club certainly doesn’t seem like something young kids should be looking up to.

Demi Lovato, rehab and all, has still managed to capture the hearts of many. She’s working hard on her latest album and her single Skyscraper has hit the top of the charts. Fans everywhere are hoping this is one teen who stays on the right track and doesn’t go the way of Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears. Can this crop of young stars, like Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber, stay grounded and out of trouble?

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