When Demi Lovato exited rehab, she came out of the gate quickly, working on her fourth studio album and then taking a job with The X Factor on Fox. While the young mentor brought a more youthful appeal to the show, the 20-year-old singer says she may have jumped back into work a little too soon, especially with the reality competition show.

Lovato’s the cover girl for this month’s Cosmo on Campus. According to the Daily Mail, the young diva says she may have made a hasty decision when choosing to join the show as a judge and mentor.
“I dived into work really quickly and maybe that wasn’t the best idea at the time, but the place I am in today is so much better than I could have ever imagined, so I’m really glad.”

As a young mentor, Demi held her own for a while, but eventually lost all four of her contestants while the other three mentors each had at least one contestant left. Maybe her youth is at fault for some of the choices she made during the show and maybe she just had trouble committing to a program requiring such high levels of investment.
“I don’t think I was ready when I started on The X Factor. In an ideal situation I would have maybe waited a year or more.”

Now The X Factor has finished out its second season, Lovato’s interview makes it unclear whether she’s gotten into a groove with work and will return for another season of the show. With neither judges L.A. Reid or Britney Spears returning next season, it would be really nice to see her come back, but I’m not sure that’s in the cards. Either way, it’s good to know the young star has gotten her life under control and is happier and healthier.

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