I can't decide, Unbroken and HWGA are pretty equal for me what should i vote
I voted for the most consistent album... I look at albums as whole...I enjoy listening to HWGA in full more than I enjoy listening to Unbroken in full because I dont feel the need to skip any of the songs in the album. Unbroken album has some of the best songs in her career but also some of the worst and it doesnt flow and the first half and second half sound like different albums.
Choice Summer Song
“All Around the World,” Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris
“Call Me Maybe,” Carly Rae Jepsen “Give Your Heart a Break,” Demi Lovato
“Glad You Came,” The Wanted
Choice Love Song
“Die In Your Arms,” Justin Bieber “Give Your Heart a Break,” Demi Lovato
“Home,” Phillip Phillips
“I Won’t Give Up,” Jason Mraz
“What Makes You Beautiful,” One Direction
Choice Break-Up Song
“Payphone,” Maroon 5 featuring Wiz Khalifa
“Somebody That I Used to Know,” Gotye featuring Kimbra
“Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You),” Kelly Clarkson
“Wide Awake,” Katy Perry
Choice Summer Music Star: Female
Carly Rae Jepsen
Jennifer Lopez Demi Lovato
Choice Summer Music Star: Male
Choice Summer Music Star: Group
Gym Class Heroes
Choice Music: Breakout Artist
Carly Rae Jepsen
Choice Music: Breakout Group
Eli Young Band
Isnt it rigged from the Top 3 in each nomination??
If anything her new ties with FOX should give her more of a chance! Lets hope she performs aswell
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The TCA's are just a month before X Factor and a few weeks before the promo hype starts so surely they'd want to give an X Factor judge a boost???
I'm pretty sure they're not going to make one of their judges look bad. Especially when both shows are on the same network The official x factor twitter rtd something about getting tickets to the tcas so maybe that means something.
There’s not much that can shake Demi Lovato anymore.
Not even swallowing a bug could faze the 19-year-old from Texas, who found herself unable to sing some of the lines of her defining anthem “Skyscraper” on Tuesday night at the San Diego County Fair. Sitting at a piano under a spotlight, the song should have been one of her most emotional of the night, but the singer/songwriter/actress just shrugged and laughed as she tried to cough the pesky thing out.
“Even though I choked on a bug, those are the moments where I have fun with you guys,” Lovato laughed. “That’s never happened before and I got to share it with you.”
By the end of the show, she would share so much more with her fans. It’s been about a year and a half since the Disney actress and musical workaholic left rehab, and she spent the show half diving deep into the lingering emotions from those days and half proving that she is trying to put them behind her.
With the whizzing bright lights of the carnival nearby adding to the excited buzz of the crowd, Lovato blazed out onto a stage situated on the Del Mar Racetrack in monster black wedges, black-and-white leopard leggings, a long white rocker shirt and a bright pink blazer, the ensemble she donned for the entire show.
Starting with “All Night Long”, the first song on her most recent album “Unbroken” featuring hip-hop legends Missy Elliott and Timbaland, Lovato spent the first couple of songs establishing her command of the stage, flipping her super long blonde waves all over the place and stopping for sexy interactions with her guitarists. In front of an audience that was a mix of die-hard teenage girls and boys and random fairgoers, she wanted to remind them that she wasn’t 14 anymore.
Vocally, the singer belted the high notes and ends of phrases right from the beginning, impressing the crowd with the gutsy and powerful voice she’s been known for since she debuted her singing voice on Disney’s musical TV movie “Camp Rock.” On stage with just a four-man band and two backup singers, Lovato’s vocals were the focus of the night.
At times she slowed it down, sitting confidently on a stool with her acoustic or electric guitar. She seemed almost nostalgic as she happily ran through two of her older and most well-known songs, “Catch Me” and “Don’t Forget.” Most of her older songs she performed were in that pop/rock style that questions why she was never the lead singer of a band like No Doubt or Paramore.
But the point being made by most of the songs she performed, which were from “Unbroken,” is that as she’s grown up and away from her tortured past, her sound has also grown up and away from the antsy lyrics and attitude from those days. There is an obvious change in her vocal strength and focus and an improved musicianship on this album.
Songs like “My Love is like a Star” show a rawer and more soulful Leona Lewis power-ballad-type sound and “You’re My Only Shorty” introduces a top 40 dance-hit vibe to match the more playful attitude she’s developed as she sheds her teenage skin. The songs on this album allow her to express her darkest days when she was receiving treatment, but also allow her to show that she’s moving on.