Though she's gearing up for the release of her self-titled album next week, Demi Lovato took time out of her busy schedule to attend a press briefing for the 8th annual National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day at the University of the District of Columbia Community College in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday (May 7).
The "Heart Attack" singer looked classy in a knee-length white dress and matching blazer as she sat onstage smiling.
Stoked to introduce her new music to the world, Demi Lovato chatted about her album on "LIVE with Kelly and Michael" on Thursday (April 11).
The "X Factor" judge told the friendly hosts, "With the album I have a ton of upbeat songs, that are just like 'Heart Attack.' Super catchy, they get stuck in your head, which is always a good thing. But I also have some pretty emotional songs opening up about things that I haven't really ever talked about. It's a big deal for me."