When Demi Lovato checked herself into a treatment center for "emotional and physical issues" in October, the Disney starlet was forced to check out early from her joint "Camp Rock" tour with the Jonas Brothers. But the teen star is determined to hit the road once again to promote a new album in 2011, according to The Associated Press.
In an article about concert promoters' plans to make ticket prices more affordable in 2011, the AP revealed that Lovato's camp have confirmed that the pop star's plans for a solo 2011 tour to promote a new album are still on track.
When speaking about the high ticket prices, the 18-year-old starlet said, "I have best friends that aren't in the industry and are dealing with just buying groceries and things like that, so I want to do my part."
Back in November, a rep for Lovato explained that the singer/actress was disappointed that she couldn't wrap up the Jonas Brothers tour, saying, "[Demi] regrets not being able to finish her tour, but is looking forward to getting back to work in the near future." While Lovato pulled out from that tour with six scheduled days left, the star was not replaced for the remaining set of shows in South America.
Things seem to be looking up for the teen sensation. Over the weekend, Lovato was spotted spending time with her family at a restaurant near her treatment facility in Woodridge, Illinois. In addition to her family bonding, the Disney actress has reportedly come to a settlement regarding the altercation between her and dancer Alex Welch, whom she allegedly punched.
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