Demi Lovato is, was, and always will be a vocalist. And they’re proving that with their Vevo Official Live series and its latest installment, ‘FREAK.’
‘FREAK’ is one of the bangers off Demi’s newest Holy Fvck album which brought her back to their pop-punk roots. The newest Vevo performance follows ‘EAT ME‘ with Royal & The Serpent and TikTok viral hit ‘29.’
As Demi is currently on tour to support Holy Fvck (with reimagined versions of past hits like ‘Cool For the Summer’ and more!!!) we’re revisiting some of our favorite live performances Demi’s given us over the years.
‘FREAK’ from Holy Fvck (2022)
Under red and green lighting, Demi shows us why this era is so fitting for them. She gives us killer vocals, magnetic rockstar energy, and a sickeningly talented live band to back her up.
‘Sorry Not Sorry’ from Tell Me You Love Me (2017)
“There’s so much hate in this world. We have to rise above! And never say sorry for who you are,” Demi shouted out as she walked onstage after screenshots of social media hate were shown. This one is so iconic it’s a performance still talked about online to this day.
‘ICU (Madison’s Lullabye)’ from Dancing with the Devil…The Art of Starting Over (2021)
The opener to Demi’s first album after going through her overdose and recovery experience was a heart-wrenching but deeply meaningful one dedicated to her little sister. Seeing the raw emotion they put into this live was breathtaking.
‘Cool For The Summer’ and ‘Confident’ from Confident (2015)
What’s more iconic than SNL performances? Between the backing band’s infectious brass section, the sharp backup vocalists, and Demi’s utterly powerful vocals, this was unforgettable. They can truly do every genre and kill it every time.
‘Catch Me / Don’t Forget’ from Here We Go Again and Don’t Forget (2012)
Between the Unbroken and Demi eras, Demi gave us this heavenly acoustic performance of two of her fan-fave songs ‘Catch Me’ and ‘Don’t Forget.’ As she strummed her guitar, her voice rang out so clearly and flawlessly that many people jumped to autotune––but no, they’ve always just been that amazingly talented.
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