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Demi Lovato Scheduled to Appear on ABC’s “Good Morning America”

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Update: Grieving the loss of her dog Buddy, Demi Lovato did not appear on Thursday’s “Good Morning America.” Headline Planet will share details in the event the interview is rescheduled.
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The lineup for the July 30 edition of “Good Morning America” is a particularly cool one. ABC confirms that Demi Lovato, who is currently promoting single “Cool for the Summer,” will appear as a guest on the episode.

Per ABC, Lovato will be discussing her new single and her participation in the upcoming iHeartRadio Music Festival.

Along with acts like Hozier, Tori Kelly, Echosmith, Tove Lo, Nick Jonas and Trey Songz, Lovato will perform as part of iHeartRadio’s September 19 “Daytime Village” event.

Other guests for the July 30 “GMA” include Jake Gyllenhaal and Oona Laurence.

ABC’s official “Good Morning America” listings follow:

MONDAY, JULY 27 – Actors Dove Cameron, Sofia Carson, Booboo Stewart, and Cameron Boyce (“The Descendants”); a “Bachelor Reunion” with Sean and Catherine Lowe, Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfred, Ali Fedotowsky, Andi Dorfman, Chris Soules, Lacy Faddoul, Clare Crawley and host Chris Harrison; a performance by singer-songwriter Prince Royce

TUESDAY, JULY 28 – Actress Christina Applegate (“Vacation”); “The Bachelorette’s” Kaitlyn Bristowe and the man she chooses on last night’s season finale; a performance by singer, model, and actress Jill Scott; the ten new Victoria’s Secret angels

WEDNESDAY, JULY 29 – Actor Ed Helms (“Vacation”); actress Nicole Ritchie (“Vacation”); “The Bachelorette’s” Kaitlyn Bristowe and the man she chose on the season finale joined by Trista and Ryan Sutter

THURSDAY, JULY 30 – Actors Jake Gyllenhaal and Oona Laurence (“Southpaw”); pop superstar Demi Lovato on her new single and participation in the upcoming iHeartRadio Music Festival; “Deals and Steals with contributor Tory Johnson

FRIDAY, JULY 31 – Irish rock star Hozier performs as part of “GMA’s” summer concert series in Central Park’s Rumsey Playfield

Written by Brian Cantor

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