TV and Showbiz / 06-03-2020

Demi Lovato confronts her past self as she references drug overdose in video for single I Love Me

Demi Lovato is back with her first music video since her overdose in 2018.

The two-time Grammy nominee teased announced her latest single I Love Me earlier this week on Instagram.

She dropped the video Friday, leaving some Easter eggs for fans about her overdose and her split from Wilmer Valderrama.

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Demi Lovato confronts her past self as she references drug overdose in video for single I Love Me

She's back! Demi Lovato dropped a video Friday for her new single I Love Me, leaving some Easter eggs for fans about her overdose and her split from Wilmer Valderrama

The video opens on the 27-year-old lounging around a chic spacious New York City loft as she begins singing the empowering track.

As she becomes consumed in her angsty boredom, she gets hit in the head with a magazine.

It then shows bad Demi, the devil on her shoulder dressed in all black, looking for a fight.

Meanwhile, good Demi meditates at the other end of the room while literally hovering in the air.

Lounging around: The video opens on the 27-year-old lounging around a chic spacious New York City loft as she begins singing the empowering track

Angsty vibes: As she becomes consumed in her angsty boredom, she gets hit in the head with a magazine

Duality of Demi: It then shows bad Demi, the devil on her shoulder dressed in all black, looking for a fight as good Demi meditates at the other end of the room

Inner fight: Ignoring good Demi's advice, neutral Demi gives into bad Demi, and they duke it out, kicking and slamming each other into walls

She's a winner: Neutral Demi finally drops bad Demi through a glass table before being named the champion, complete with a gold belt

Ignoring good Demi's advice, neutral Demi gives into bad Demi, and they duke it out, kicking and slamming each other into walls.

Neutral Demi finally drops bad Demi through a glass table before being named the champion, complete with a gold belt.

She then steps out into the street, rocking a sexy red patent leather duster, layered over a white laced-up top.

Demi passes two little girls in the street, which are believed to represent her and her little sister Madison De La Garza.

She then walks past a sexy black-clad diva surrounded by security, who supposedly represents her Confident era.

Lady in red: She then steps out into the street, rocking a sexy red patent leather duster, layered over a white laced-up top

Disney days: The former Disney star then passes a band on the street, which bears a striking resemblance to herself and the Jonas Brothers in Camp Rock

Surviving and thriving: After a dance break in the street, she touches the arm of a woman being rolled on a stretcher into an ambulance, symbolizing her overdose

Moving on: A bride and groom then cross her path, apparently symbolizing ex Wilmer Valderrama's recent engagement

The former Disney star then passes a band on the street, which bears a striking resemblance to herself and the Jonas Brothers in Camp Rock.

Seconds later, she crosses paths with a grown trio of men in metallic suits, resembling the brother band in their recent comeback.

After a dance break in the street, she touches the arm of a woman being rolled on a stretcher into an ambulance, symbolizing her overdose.

A bride and groom then cross her path, apparently symbolizing ex Wilmer Valderrama's recent engagement. 

Epic comeback: Demi announced the new single and video earlier this week on Instagram



06-03-2020 01:01, source: dailymail, by James Foster
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