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Cafecito: Demi Lovato Talks LGBT Rights, Bipolar Disorder, "Demi World Tour"

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    Cafecito: Demi Lovato Talks LGBT Rights, Bipolar Disorder

    The singer talks about why she chose to shoot her video "Really Don't Care" at LA's Gay Pride parade (http://lapride.org/) and battling bipolar disorder. This interview aired on the NBC4 News at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014. (Published Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014)

    The 22-year-old singer opens up to host Feliciano Garcia about why she chose to shoot her video "Really Don’t Care" at LA's Gay Pride parade and battling bipolar disorder.

    The proud Latina talks about growing under the spotlight on Barney and Friends and celebrating her birthday sober in Kenya with Free The Children. You can catch the multi-platinum recording artist on her "Demi World Tour" in cities near you. @CafecitoTime@ddlovato
     
    NBC News is proud to present Cafecito, a platform for Latinos to voice their stories. Hosted by Feliciano Garcia, this award-winning video series takes an inside look at prominent Latinos who are shaping their communities – including artists, entertainers and leaders. Shot in locations around the country like Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and New York, the award-winning host and producer engages his guests with lively, candid conversation while they sip on a cafecito.

    Camera: Steven Diaz
    Camera: Andre Pitt
    Audio: Brian Caraveo
    Music: RoYal Z for Humbled Soul Productions