With three eliminations this week, the stakes were high for all of the contestants. After Carlos Guevara was sent home at the start of Wednesday's live show, Sweet Suspense got cut on Thursday. Finding themselves singing for survival in the bottom two spots were Khaya Cohen and Rachel Potter, but Khaya managed to score the save. We chatted with Demi Lovato to hear what she thought about the results.
"Yeah, what the f***?" Demi asked about her act Khaya landing in the bottom two. "And why did Rachel Potter go home? It makes no sense. I think that America forgot that if you don't vote, they will go home." Demi reminded fans to do their part. "America thought they were safe. Fortunately this competition's not rigged or anything like that," she said. "It just goes to show you after Sweet Suspense went home and Khaya and Rachel were in the bottom two--if you have a favorite, you have to vote for them."
Demi told us how she went the extra mile for her acts last season. "I would vote for all my contestants until the voting line closed," she revealed. But now that she's got more on her plate, she's leaving the voting to the viewers. "This year I'm taking a step back," she said. "I'll let America be in control of it-- I need to study my lines for Glee."
Speaking of Glee, would she be up for her own spin-off? "It's fun, but not that fun," Demi joked, "but my main thing is singing. Maybe movies once in a while if the right role comes along. But it's still hard being in front of the camera when you've suffered from eating disorders." Though being on TV every week hasn't been the easiest on Demi, her new book has been a huge help. "I don't watch my episodes back. It's hard," she revealed. "But like I said, this book helps me continue to love myself and build my self esteem and I'm happier. I feel great."
Stay tune for our interview with Demi about her new book, "Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year"!