Demi Lovato appears to be planning a third attempt at breaking the UK music market.
The former Disney star's album Unbroken is listed by her record label as due for release on March 5. It reached the Top 5 in the US in September 2011.
Furthermore, a comprehensive release schedule on Radio1 Rodos slates the LP's lead single 'Skyscraper' for release over here on February 27.
The song garnered critical acclaim when it first premiered in June 2011, with celebrities including Katy Perry, Kelly Clarkson, Pete Wentz, Jordin Sparks and Kim Kardashian tweeting their praise. It shot to the top of the US iTunes chart and became her first solo Billboard Top 10 hit.
Despite the international success of fellow Disney graduates Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus, Lovato's first two albums Don't Forget and Here We Go Again peaked only at Numbers 192 and 199 on the UK Albums Chart when they were released in 2009 and 2010 respectively.
She is due to perform latest hit 'Give Your Heart A Break' at the People's Choice Awards tonight (January 11).
The star recently admitted that she has had "brutal" rows with Cyrus, but the pair will always be friends.
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