These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Don't Forget: La La Land, Get Back, Trainwreck, Don't Forget, Two Worlds Collide, The Middle, Until You're Mine.
Here We Go Again: Solo, U Got Nothin' on Me, Catch Me, Quiet, Every Time You Lie, Got Dynamite, World of Chances, Remember December, Everything You're Not.
Unbroken: Lightweight, Unbroken, Fix a Heart, Mistake, Give Your Heart a Break, Skyscraper，For The Love Of A Daughter
Demi: Pretty much every song on this album is great in some way.
Her cover of "Let it Go" for the end credits of Frozen has been hailed as nearly the equal of the original. Given that the original in question is sung by Broadway powerhouse Idina Menzel, that's no small compliment.
Dramatically Missing The Point: The joke itself however wasn't so much about an eating disorder than it was about stereotypical models not eating. Incidentally, her best buddy's show Wizards of Waverly Place had a similar joke in it, and Demi doesn't seem to have a problem with it.
Often the reason for models "not eating" involves an eating disorder, if not abnormal pressure on models to stay thin—-sometimes to irregular levels. Many famous models have suffered through or died from anorexia nervosa, which Karen Carpenter died from.
If you look at some of the interviews she's given, you can see the foreshadowing of her eating disorder. In one interview with Pop Star magazine, she admits that sometimes she won't eat, say, a sandwich and she often feels insecure wearing bikinis.
The entire song "Believe in Me" from her first album, which foreshadows her image and emotional issues. What's really telling about the song is that it's the only song on that album that she wrote solo.
The chorus to "Me, Myself & Time", an electro-pop empowerment anthem recorded for the Sonny With A Chance soundtrack album, is surprisingly poignant given her struggles. Lines like "I'm trying my best not to blow it" "Whatever it takes to be what I was meant to be/I will be fine" and "I know I'll find myself in time" are a bit haunting given that the song was released pre-rehab.
"For Love of a Daughter" now that her father has passed away with her forgiving him.
...which means there's no excuse for the same sorts of comments coming from the same people who criticized her in '08 for her appearance at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards. As she herself tweeted, "I've gained weight. Get over it."
"La La Land" is even harder to listen to considering her eating disorders, her depression and various other issues she has had with her identity and inner self. The video kind of makes it worse...
The Woobie: Before fame, her father left the family while she was at a very young age, and her schoolmates bullied her leading to point where there was an "I hate Demi Lovato" petition which lead her to beg to be home-schooled. Post-fame, she had a falling out with Selena Gomez, the longtime best friend who Demi home-schooled with (they've since reconciled), and her mother ignores her clear mental and health issues and she had to go on tour with her ex-boyfriend while he brought along his new girlfriend to the shows. No wonder many of her fans want to give her an "It'll all be okay" hug.