American actress/singer Demi Lovato has revealed that she was forced to fix her teeth by Disney. The Cool for the Summer singer apparently regrets the decision she made about her physical appearance in the younger days.

Lovato made her debut as a child actress in American children's television series Barney & Friends. In 2008, she shot to fame in the Disney film Camp Rock, starring Lovato and the Jonas Brothers.

"I signed with Disney Channel when I got Camp Rock, and I had a gap between my two front teeth. They were like, 'Would you be willing to fix it?' I wish today that I hadn't, because my gap was really cute," she was quoted as saying in Allure's February issue.

Lovato also revealed that her mother introduced her to the world of beauty. She said: "My mom. She was a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. She's very Southern. She told me at a young age never to go to even 7-11 without makeup on. I obviously don't do that."

Adding on, the 23-year-old singer recollected one of her embarrassing fan moments. She said: "I was getting laser hair removal... down south... and the lady started talking about how her kid was a huge fan. Boundaries."

Previously, during an interview with Fitness magazine, the former X Factor judge credited her long-time boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama for helping her deal with her eating disorder. She said: "It's been difficult. I almost went back to rehab for my eating disorder last summer. I was obsessing over food and terrified of it at the same time. Wilmer noticed and called me out on it, which was a relief."