For Demi Lovato’s comeback, no airbrushing required

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Posted: Sunday, March 24, 2013 12:00 am

LOS ANGELES — On a recent sunny afternoon, Demi Lovato emerged from a black tractor-size SUV and made her way onto a stage set up at The Grove, an upscale outdoor mall, where she was to perform at the opening of a new Topshop. As screaming Lovatics (as Lovato’s fans proclaim themselves) flashed iPhones and waved signs at the pop star, she looked a little sheepish. This was understandable: Her right foot was encased in a black silver-studded cast that resembled a giant ski boot.

But as Lovato hobbled over to the microphone, dressed in a biker jacket and tight black pants, she overcame the awkwardness, her dark-painted lips breaking into a dazzling smile.

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