Poot Lovato Lands on Time's Most Influential Fictional Characters of 2015 List

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Turns out, Poot Lovato was a bigger part of 2015 than we thought. It started as a meme born from a distorted pic of Demi Lovato - with a back story that Demi's long lost twin, named Poot, was finally freed from the basement - and it took on a life like no other.

She was introduced to the world on Tumblr, with the explanation: "Demi's twin sister. She was locked in a basement her whole life. This picture was taken the first time she went outside. Her name is Poot."

Poot, it seems, is even more of a big deal – because she made TIME's Most Influential Fictional Characters List. She landed on the list, as Time explains, because the meme proves "how Internet fandom can redefine celebrities' carefully groomed images."

Despite Poot's popularity, one person definitely wasn't a fan: Demi Lovato. She tweeted about the meme, writing: "Cool to see a sh**ty angle turn into a meme that circulates the Internet to people's amusement ha." She added, "Oh and make actual 'headlines'."
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