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By Kathleen Perricone
Demi Lovato is so tight with Ryan, she’s even dreaming about him now!
The “Really Don’t Care” singer called in to On Air with Ryan Seacrest on Friday morning to tell him about a weird dream she had … in which Ryan was crying.
“I wanted to make sure you were okay,” Demi joked to Ryan. “I had this dream and … first of all, we were football players on the same team and we were in the locker room and you were crying to me and you were asking for girl advice.”
Ryan was so perplexed by this — even though he felt lucky enough to make it into a Demi Lovato dream — he decided to call a dream analyst to figure out what it all meant.
But Michael’s diagnosis was just as head-scratching. “It sounds like Demi’s in the midst of some sort of change.” So then why is Ryan crying in the dream? “It sounds like you’re letting him down,” Michael tells Demi. “My thought is she’s in some sort of transition and she’s trying to work something out.”
When she’s not dreaming about Ryan crying, Demi has been gearing up for her Demi World Tour, which kicks off on September 6 in Baltimore.
“I’m going to start rehearsals very soon,” says the 21-year-old, who has a very special show at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on September 27. “I’m still putting together surprises and things like that, so I’m not entirely sure what’s going to happen. But I know it will be something. I’ve never played Staples, so I want it to be unforgettable.”
Demi has also been spending time in the recording studio working on the follow-up to last year’s Demi. In a recent tweet, she said, “Mark my words … it’s amazing.” So was she trying to tell us she was in the studio with someone named Mark, asked Ellen K.
In the studio recording a hit... Mark my words!!! It's AMAZING!!!! — Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) July 23, 2014
“No, that’s really cryptic if you thought that,” says Demi, who adds that she wasn’t working with Ed Sheeran either. “I was by myself.”
Tickets for Demi’s World Tour are available now on Ticketmaster.com, and her latest single “Really Don’t Care” is available on iTunes.