The Demi Lovato celebrity doll portrays Demi at 16 years old as the character Mitchie Torres in the 2008 TV Disney movie Camp Rock. Lavoto is an American actress, singer, and activists. The launching of Lavato’s musical and acting careers came through the Disney channel’s purity group of teen actors(Miley Cyrus, The Jonas Brothers), who appeared on a variety of their preteen sitcoms and movies featuring the stars playing funk rock music for children. The doll was made by Play Along (a divistion of Jakks Pacific, Inc.) in 2008. The Shane and Mitchie Camp Rock two doll set was issued in both singing version and not singing. The Joe Jonas doll is featured in the museum. Single dolls of Shane and Mitchie also came in both versions. A non singing Tess doll was also made.
Camp Rock is the Disney Channel Original Movie everybody’s talking about, and MITCHIE AND SHANE are the BIGGEST NEWS IN CAMP!
MITCHIE TORRES AND SHANE GRAY REALLY SING!
When Mitchie sings “THIS IS ME” at FINAL JAM, SHANE knows it’s her voice he’s been seeking. He joins her on stage to sing “GOTTA FIND YOU”.. and the rest is CAMP ROCK HISTORY.
Mitchie Torres thinks her prayers are answered when her mother gets them jobs as cooks at Camp Rock! She soon finds tough competition in the classroom… and for the attention of Shane Gray, the camp’s celebrity instructor. Longing to break out and find her own voice, Mitchie pours her heart into her music, and Shane is mesmerized as he overhears her singing. Hoping to meet the girl that inspired him, Shane sets out to find “the girl with the voice.” Will he ever find her?
The Demi Lovato doll comes wearing a replica of the outfit the character Mitchie wore during the final Camp Rock Jam. Tight brown paints with seams up the sides and occasional sparkly threads in the material. The top underlayer is a cranberry red, hip length, sleeveless, cotton tank top. A gold two strand chain necklace is sewn into the the top seam and freely hang down. A shiny burgundy silk 3/4 trumpet sleeved waisted over jacket is the top layer. The has a matching satin ribbon belt tied in a knot at the waist front. Painted white underwear underneath it all
Low profile brown plastic boots with a split up the back are on the feet. They are easily removable.
The long brown, straight rooted hair hang down to waist level with bangs in the front. A minimal amount of product is in the front long sections to frame the face and give the hair extra body. The rest of the hair is soft and easily comb-able.
Accessories include a black plastic wireless hand microphone, plastic hair brush, gold bangle braclet, and earrings.Unfortunately the doll can’t bring it to it’s face since the elbows don’t bend.
The Demi Lovato doll uses three LR 44 button batteries in a compartment in the back. A play button is the belly button and a demo to full play switch is on the back below the battery compartment.
The following recordings of Demi Lovato’s This is Me are from the belly speaker of the doll.
To hear the 10 second demo click below: (coming soon)
To hear the full doll version of This is Me click here: (coming soon)
The Demi Lovato doll is articulated at the neck (ball joint goes side to side and up and down about 30 degrees), shoulders (ball joint moves in any direction), elbows (twist around but do not bend), hips (forward and back and about 45 degrees to the side), and knees (click bend 3 clicks to 45 degrees). The wrists, ankles, and torso are fixed.
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Here is a youtube video of their finale at the Camp Rock Final Jam competition.