Demi Lovato took a trip down memory lane with her boyfriend Max Ehrich, and she posted it for her Instagram followers to see. Max had a super-sweet reaction to the rewatching of her hit Disney Channel Original Movie, Camp Rock 2, so keep reading to find out what else he – and Demi! – had to say.
Demi recently took to her Instagram Stories to share her reactions to Camp Rock 2, which originally aired on Disney Channel 10 years ago! She had fun laughing at herself, as she didn’t remember a few of the songs she sang in the film! She also cracked up at the fact that her and ex-boyfriend/former Camp Rock co-star Joe Jonas sang “Wouldn’t Change a Thing” in the middle of the night while the rest of the campers were sleeping!
She wasn’t afraid to look at herself and see how far she’s come, which makes her all the more relatable. She told her Instagram followers that Mitchie (her Camp Rock character) needed to calm down a little – ha! It was nice for her fans to see that she’s not ashamed of her Disney roots and that she made it fun for herself.
When she asked her boyfriend Max what he thought of the movie, he said it was great, but even better? His reaction to the ending of Camp Rock 2! Max was shocked when Demi’s Camp Rock squad didn’t actually take home the title in the Final Jam battle with Camp Star. His shocked reaction elicited a laugh from his girlfriend, which of course was all caught on camera for IG to see.
Demi even went as far as tagging former co-star Alyson Stoner in a Camp Rock TikTok mashup, which included various fans making light of their singing and dance moves. She commented on it that she was “crying” as in, laughing so hard she had tears in her eyes! You can see that compilation video below:
Be sure you’re following Demi on Instagram for more of her day to day life. You never know what other nostalgic things she’ll post!
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