Demi Lovato Says This Part of Growing Up On Disney Channel Was ‘Weird’

Demi Lovato is opening up about essentially growing up on Disney Channel.

The 28-year-old got her big break on the network when she starred in Camp Rock in 2008.

She was also in the short series As The Bell Rings, as well as her own show Sonny With a Chance, and of course Camp Rock 2.

Demi just opened up about what it was like having most of her peers just be her fellow Disney stars, and what she refers to Disney High.

“I called it Disney High because my only peers were other people on the Disney Channel,” she told Apple Music‘s Zane Lowe. “And it was like, it was weird. You know, we all dated each other. We all hung out together and we had feuds and it was weird. It was like high school, but ours was on a platform with social media that had never existed before.”

“So now I’m like, and there’s camera phones. That was something nobody had to worry about 10 years prior, camera phones,” Demi continued. “If I was a Disney kid at a party, I could not be seen with a red cup, no matter what was in it. If I had Coca-Cola or a Jack and Coke, I couldn’t be seen with that Coca-Cola because nobody knew what was in the contents of the red cup and the red cup kind of symbolized… All times everywhere you go. Never be seen slipping up.”

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