Madison De La Garza helps Demi Lovato celebrate 18th Birthday in NYC

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If you haven’t heard, Madison De La Garza is the young sister of Disney movie star Demi Lovato, who just had a pretty big birthday.  Just a day ago, Demi was celebrating her milestone eighteenth birthday and Madison had a pretty nice gift for her!

18 August 2010 - New York, NY - Madison Lovato and Demi Lovato. The world premiere of 'Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam' at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on August 18, 2010 in New York City. Photo Credit: Paul Zimmerman/AdMedia

According to, Demi was excited about her big birthday bash and spoke of the special gift her sister gave her, saying:

“She bought me an iPhone 4 with her own money!” she gushed. “I’m having a birthday party in NYC too!”

To celebrate the special 18th birthday, Lovato partied it up at the Buddakan restaurant in New York City.  Young sister Madison de La Garza was there along with Nick and Joe Jonas, who are co-stars in Lovato’s upcoming film “Camp Rock 2″.  Joe Jonas also happens to be her ex-boyfriend and apparently they’re on good enough terms to hang during a b-day celebration.  To make her 18th birthday even more special it was reported by PEOPLE, that Demi purchased a new home for her entire family, which she will also live in.  Talk about a great birthday for the whole family!

Talent runs in the family too, as Demi’s young sister Madison is also involved in show business.  Currently she plays Gabby’s daughter on ABC’s “Desperate Housewives”.  Madison is just 8-years-old, so she’s got another decade to go before she gets to celebrate her 18th. Wonder what Demi Lovato will get her for the big day – new car, pet horse, house?  Guess it will all depend on what sort of a career Lovato has going in ten years!


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