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IN PHOTOS: Demi Lovato rocks Manila leg of world tour

/ 12:09 PM May 01, 2015

“Lovatics,” as Demi Lovato fondly calls her fans, screamed at the top of their lungs as the American singer-songwriter rocked the Mall of Asia (MOA) Arena on Thursday.

The ‘Demi World Tour’ is her second concert in Manila, but the energy of her fans fascinated her like it was her first time here as they all sang along to her songs.

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Aside from singing her hit songs “Give Your Heart A Break,” “Skyscraper” and “Don’t Forget,” she also performed “Let it Go,” the famous theme song from Disney’s “Frozen.”

With almost two hours of breathtaking performances from Demi, she definitely did not give her Lovatics’ hearts a break. IDL

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Lovatics waiting for Demi Lovato’s arrival at MOA Arena. Photo by INQUIRER.net

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Fans excited to watch the Manila leg of Demi’s World Tour. Photo by INQUIRER.net

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Actress Angelu de Leon spotted in Demi Lovato’s concert. Photo by INQUIRER.net

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Demi Lovato performs one of her hits. PHOTO by INQUIRER.net

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Demi Lovato performs one of her hits. PHOTO by INQUIRER.net

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Demi Lovato performs one of her hits. PHOTO by INQUIRER.net

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Demi Lovato performs one of her hits. PHOTO by INQUIRER.net

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Fans open their mobile flashlights as Demi asked them to. Photo by INQUIRER.net

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Fans stand on their seats just to see Demi. Photo by INQUIRER.net

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Fans raising their fan banners for Demi. Photo by INQUIRER.net

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