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Forget Disney: Demi Lovato Is Now Appearing On An MTV Station Near You

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Not to belabor the point, but this Demi Lovato girl from Colleyville sure is blowing up pretty big...

Case in point: The infallible barometer of all things underground and credible--MTV News, of course--ran this feature (video embedded to the right) on the former Observer cover girl yesterday, asking if she could be the next Miley Cyrus. Hmmm...sound familiar?

Anyway, total sidenote: The reporter here, Kim Stolz, seems the real deal. Best MTV News correspondent since Gideon Yago, who was the best the station saw since Serena Altschul left. And, yes, actually, that's saying something. --Pete Freedman

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