Playing a teen who aspires to become a musician was not much of a stretch for Demi Lovato, who first made an impression on millions of young fans by starring opposite teen heartthrobs the Jonas Brothers in "Camp Rock" (Disney Channel, 2008), leading to her being cast on her star-making tween-comedy series, "Sonny with a Chance" (Disney Channel, 2009-2011). With her amiable smile and approachable beauty, Lovato was catapulted to teen icon status and Disney darling in much the same way "Hannah Montana" had made Miley Cyrus a superstar only a few years prior. An all-too familiar scenario began to play itself out late in 2010, however, when Lovato suddenly entered a rehabilitation facility to address her struggles with "cutting" and bulimia. Soon after completing her treatment program in 2011, Lovato dropped out of "Sonny with a Chance" in order to focus on her music career, which included a new album, Unbroken, and signing on as a judge on the popular music competition series, "The X-Factor" (Fox, 2011-14) for its second season. Showing a remarkable amount of maturity for a teenaged celebrity, Lovato was determined to avoid the pitfalls suffered by so many of her young contemporaries as she focused on the next phase of her promising career.