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LIFE AND STYLE WEEKLY: Selena, Taylor, Demi Team Up Against Miley

Life & Style Weekly reports that Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift, and Demi Lovato are teaming up and not showing up to any events that Miley Cyrus is at. Senior Reporter Andrew Nodell also talked about Christina Aguilera’s pregnancy and Carrie Underwood’s plans to start a family on “The Ralphie Show.”

INTERVIEW: Demi Lovato Feeling Better After Hectic 2013

Between scoring another hit single, releasing a revealing book, and leaving “The X-Factor,” Demi Lovato lifted a lot of weight off her shoulders in 2013.

“I worked so hard last year,” Lovato recalled to “The Ralphie Show” during a chat backstage at The 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards. “At the end of the year I was like, a little burnt out.”

But Lovato is turning a new page with 2014; she took most of January off to prepare for the “Neon Lights Tour.” It’s a far cry from a year in which she would pull all-nighters before national TV performances.

“I had press all day, then I had a concert,” Lovato explained of the first time she did this – coincidentally the last time she appeared on our show. “I was done at 10 p.m. I hopped on a private plane and I tried to sleep on there but it was only an hour flight. So we got in to New York, and I couldn’t sleep. So I was up for the entire day.”

Lovato’s work schedule became so overbearing that her team developed creative ways in which she could find time to sleep.

“I used to work so hard that they would prepare a bed in the back of the SUV,” revealed Lovato. “So whenever I got in to the car, there was already a bed prepared because I was not sleeping.”

The singer’s “Neon Lights Tour” begins on February 9 in Vancouver, Canada. Lovato’s supporting acts include Little Mix, Cher Lloyd, and Fifth Harmony. The trek wraps up in Indianapolis on March 30.

INTERVIEW: ‘X-Factor’ Judge Kelly Rowland Conscious Of Becoming An Internet Meme

It certainly isn’t easy spending your career in the limelight, especially in the day of instant reaction on Twitter and instant meme-ification on Tumblr. “The X-Factor” judge Kelly Rowland is well-aware of this.

“Sometimes it’s really hard for me to hide my facial expressions because… it’s hard,” Rowland tried to explain during a chat at the FOX TV Radio Junket for the Television Critic Association Awards. “Sometimes people get up there and you’re like, ‘Oh, why?’”

A Rowland reaction to a male attempting to cover Britney Spears’ “(Hit Me) Baby One More Time” already has the web buzzing. The Destiny Child singer cautioned that she’s already given “a lot of those looks,” but that she is also impressed with a lot of the artists that have auditioned thus far.

“America has some serious talent and people who are really ready and willing to work hard,” Rowland said. “They’re chasing a dream. I know what it’s like to chase a dream.”

Rowland’s fellow judges Demi Lovato, Paulina Rubio, and Simon Cowell also know what it takes to make a dream a reality.

“We’re three women who obviously love music and enjoy being on the panel, and we happen to get along,” Rowland said of her relationship with Lovato and Rubio. “Simon made a good decision. I don’t know if he knew that we’d get along or not, but it feels good that we do.”

Rowland also doesn’t know if Cowell realized he would be essentially pitting himself against three women, but he did.

“We totally team up on Simon,” Rowland admitted. “He gets a little challenge from us.”

Given Cowell’s recent trials and tribulations in the headlines, surely it’s a challenge that he doesn’t mind. The two night season premiere of “The X-Factor” airs this September on FOX.

AUDIO: Demi Lovato Talks About Celebrating the 4th of July As a Kid

Demi Lovato talks with “The Ralphie Show” about her family traditions for the 4th of July.

Check out more of my interview with Demi here.

INTERVIEW: Demi Lovato Continues to Break Down Stereotypes With Music, Charity Work

You could probably guess that Demi Lovato wasn’t going to throw your stereotypical 21st birthday party this August 20. But could you have guessed that Lovato would travel far outside of America to partake in charity work?

“I’m actually going to go to Africa,” Lovato said of her birthday plans. After performing on “Good Morning America” Friday, the singer sat down with “The Ralphie Show” in an interview that aired Monday evening. “I’m just going to do a bunch of charity stuff. I feel the best way to celebrate anyone’s birthday is just giving back and helping others.”

Lovato is quite cognizant of the “typical” celebration for turning 21 years-old, and she seems quite intent on breaking down the stereotype.

“Birthdays are all about celebrating life, and people are very blessed to even make it to 21,” the singer explained. “So the last thing I think anyone should be doing on their birthday is poisoning themselves.”

If you have followed Lovato’s career to this point, the comments aren’t surprising. A Disney starlet who rose to fame touring with the Jonas Brothers and starring on TV, she checked out of entertainment and in to a rehab facility in October 2010 to deal with bipolar disorder and bulimia. The singer returned to the spotlight in the summer of 2011 with “Skyscraper,” an emotional ballad and the lead single from her third studio album Unbroken. That LP yielded the monster hit “Give Your Heart a Break,” and along with her story of hope and perseverance, sent the artist’s career to new heights.

“It still feels like a dream,” Lovato said of her success since leaving rehab. “I don’t think there’s ever one time where I heard my song on the radio that I didn’t get excited. And if I didn’t show it, I was secretly excited inside.”

Lovato is also excited for the success of the people she grew up with in the business: Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift, the Jonas Brothers, and Miley Cyrus to name a few. She and Gomez have known each other since they were seven years-old, and while they both now deal with the burdens of the spotlight in their 20s, the “Heart Attack” singer doesn’t feel it necessary to offer advice based on her own personal struggles.

“For me personally, I’ve just learned to kind of not pay attention,” Lovato said. “When people call me names or whatever, or they spread rumors, it’s like at the end of the day, my family knows the truth, my friends know the truth, I know the truth, and that’s all that matters.”

Lovato is currently balancing a busy schedule that includes her role as a judge on “The X-Factor” and promoting her latest album Demi. The LP’s next single is “Made in the USA,” and the songstress makes her directorial debut with the music video. Although the piece is finished, no release date has been set yet.

PREVIEW: Demi Lovato Talks About The Success of Selena Gomez and Her Friends

Demi Lovato and her friends are all experiencing a great amount of success in the entertainment business, and she couldn’t be happier for them.

“I’m really, really excited for her,” Lovato responded when asked about Selena Gomez taking over radio airwaves with the hit, “Come and Get It.” “I’m excited for all of the people I’ve grown up with. Everyone that I’ve grown up with, we all have our own path now and it’s really, really great to watch everyone come in to their own.”

The “Heart Attack” singer mentioned Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, and the Jonas Brothers by name. Of course, her and Gomez go way back.

“I’ve known (Selena) since I was seven years old,” Lovato said. “It’s funny; we went from being in the back seat of a car with her parents driving us to a radio show to listen to our favorite artists that were on the radio at the time to having songs on the radio.”

Lovato sat down with “The Ralphie Show” following her performance Friday on ABC’s “Good Morning America.” The full interview will air Monday evening.

INTERVIEW: Selena Gomez Talks Breakup… With Band

There is at least one breakup in Selena Gomez’s life that doesn’t involve any type of speculation, TMZ report, or deleted Instagram photo: the split with her band known as “The Scene.”

“I am solo for sure,” Gomez said of her performance, not relationship, status on “The Ralphie Show.” “I’ve had my band for so long and I love them so much. I think as musicians though, they want to go and do other things and they’ve been with me for a while.”

A new group of musicians will back Gomez on her upcoming tour; one of a few changes to her stage show.

“I wanted to get in to more performing than anything,” she elaborated. “I’ve tried to get better at dancing and getting more about the entertainment aspect of it, as opposed to more of just me and the band.”

Gomez’s “Stars Dance Tour 2013” kicks off August 14 in Canada. The trek will support her first solo album, due out this summer. The first single is “Come and Get It,” a catchy, mid-tempo song that sounds as if Rihanna could have sang it. Ester Dean, a frequent collaborator to RiRi, Katy Perry, and other pop stars, has a writing credit on the track.

“All artists inspire me, including her,” Gomez said of the Barbados-born singer. “That’s the best part of what I do. I get inspired by musicians that are older than me because I’m still kind of up-and-coming and figuring out what I want to do.”

Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato, two of Gomez’s friends, also inspire the artist, seemingly in more ways than one.

“I think what’s specific about those two individually is they represent the confidence of each things that they’ve gone through,” said Gomez, alluding to Swift’s relationships and Lovato’s stint in rehab. “I appreciate the fact that even as my friends, they’re able to share the things that they’ve gone through.”

So will Gomez take a cue from either on her next album? It doesn’t seem likely.

“It’s harder for me to do that because I tend to clam up about certain things, and I think it’s just because I’m a super private person,” Gomez explained. “But, there is a song on this record that was really personal to me.”

Trying to maintain her privacy in the spotlight is something the actress struggles with; Gomez admitted to me that she deals with anxiety over some of the headlines and hounding photographers.

“It’s never going to change,” she stated. “So even if I were to sit here right now and tell you guys everything that I’m going through, the media would twist it in some way, or they would make up a completely different story.”

Presumably, this is the reason why Gomez wouldn’t speak about Justin Bieber during our interview. The singer told me the coverage ultimately forced her to put “a guard up.”

WBRE ‘PA LIVE!’: One Direction, Demi Lovato, Adele

On WBRE’s “PA Live!” for this week’s “The Ralphie Report,” I talked about new One Direction products hitting stores this year, Demi Lovato’s concert at Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut, and Adele’s possible pending engagement.

WBRE ‘PA LIVE!’: ‘X-Factor’ and Demi Lovato’s New LP

I stopped by WBRE’s “PA Live!” for my weekly segment, “The Ralphie Report.” This week, I chatted about the season premiere of “The X-Factor” and Demi Lovato’s new album, Unbroken.

I will appear every Thursday on “PA Live!” – a new, daily show on WBRE that airs weekdays at 4 p.m. The show is co-hosted by Dave Kuharchik and Monica Madeja.

DAILY DOWNLOAD: Demi Lovato f. Missy Elliott, Timbaland – ‘All Night Long’

An unlikely trio produces a dope track for Demi’s forthcoming album Unbroken, due out next week.

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