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Official: Demi Lovato to Perform at 2012 People's Choice Awards

December 20, 2011 (4:13 am) GMT
Deemed 'a brilliant performer, a strong role model and a true fan favorite,' Demi joins previously-announced performer Faith Hill.

scores another major gig. The former leading star of Disney's "" has been recruited to make a live performance at the upcoming 38th annual People's Choice Awards. She joins previously-announced musical guest .

"Demi is a brilliant performer, a strong role model and a true fan favorite," Executive Producer Mark Burnett said in statement regarding the teen singer. "We're thrilled to have her on board for the 'People's Choice Awards' and look forward to a truly electrifying performance."

Demi is a three-time People's Choice Award winner, and she most recently was awarded Favorite Breakout Artist in 2009. At the upcoming celebration, she's nominated for Favorite Pop Artist along with , , and .

People's Choice Awards is going to hand out coveted trophies to honor the best in music, movie and TV on January 11, 2012. The star-studded prize-giving event is going to be broadcast live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, California on CBS at 9:00 P.M. ET. Fans can vote for their favorite by visiting PCAs official site.

In music category, GaGa, Katy and Beyonce lead the pack by scoring five nominations each. In TV, "" dominates the list with seven nods, being followed by "" with four. In movie, meanwhile,"" grabs the most noms by scooping a total of nine.


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