Demi Lovato

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Singer and songwriter, Demi Lovato has dominated the charts with her hit songs. In honor of her 28th birthday, we're looking back on our favorite music videos!


Made In The USA

This video was directed by Ryan Pallotta and Demi Lovato herself. The music video is about a love story of a young American couple who must part ways with his girlfriend to serve in the military. Lovato dedicated the video to the US Army, as well as the people who lost their lives fighting for the country.

Skyscraper

This mega emotional pop ballad is a tear-jerker. Lovato looks beautiful as the video was shot in the Bonneville Salt Flat desert.

Sorry Not Sorry

Lovato throws a wild house party in this video. This video shows the singer and her friends celebrating and just having an epic good time. The video includes appearances from Paris Hilton, Jamie Foxx, and Wiz Khalifa.

I Love Me

This was Lovato's second song she released, since leaving rehab in November 2018. Her music video is about self-love and looks back on her sobriety journey. It's a feel-good anthem for self-acceptance.

Really Don't Care

Back in 2014, this music video was filmed at the Los Angeles pride festival. Lovato shows love to her LGBTQ fans with this powerful anthem.

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