Demi Lovato visits Western Wall - Exclusive

She announced in 2012 that she has Jewish roots in a Twitter post

Demi Lovato visits Western Wall (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)
Demi Lovato visits Western Wall
(photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)
Demi Lovato was spotted at the Western Wall on Thursday evening on a surprise visit to Israel.
The former Disney channel star is best known for her pop songs, "Solo" and "Sorry Not Sorry." She revealed in August that a new album is on its way.
Her visit is currently flying under the radar, and she has not posted on any social media about her trip so far.
The singer doesn't have a concert happening in the country, making the trip appear to be personal, not business.
Lovato tweeted in 2012 that she has Jewish roots.
She has won 14 teen choice awards, five people's choice awards and two Latin American Music Awards. She is also a Grammy-nominee and has many multiple-platinum albums.
Lovato was listed on the Time 100's most influential people in the world in 2017.
Outside of her entertainment career, Lovato is a social justice activist, speaking out for mental health awareness and LGBT rights. She is also a body-positive role model for many young women.
Recently, Lovato has been seen out and about with former Bachelorette contestant, Mike Johnson, sparking romance rumors.
She announced, on her Instagram, that she is joining the cast of the Netflix original movie Eurovision, alongside Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams.

She is not the first celebrity to visit Israel this year. Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman was in the country in February and Madonna performed at the Eurovision finale in May.