Demi Lovato won't sign on for a New York 'Glee' spinoff no matter how badly we want it
There were rumors of a New York-based spinoff before, and a show following the antics of the Demi/Adam/Kurt/Rachel/Santana supergroup would clearly be amazing. Unfortunately, Zap2it pitched our ideal (completely hypothetical) spinoff to Lovato after "The X Factor" on Thursday night and she essentially crushed our dreams (very nicely, though).
"No [I wouldn't sign on for that]. It's fun but not that fun -- just kidding," she jokes. "It is a good experience, but I think ultimately my main thing is singing. Maybe movies once in a while if the right role comes along, but it is still hard being in front of the camera when you have suffered from eating disorders. I still don't watch my episodes back. It is hard."
Fair point. Very fair point. But she's in a very good place right now, with special thanks to the book of affirmations she just released, "Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year." "This book helps me continue to help me love myself, and it changes my self-esteem and my thought process," she says. "I just feel a lot happier. I feel great."