The highly-anticipated ‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil’ will open this year's online events.
The collaboration comes in partnership with Hope For The Day, a non-profit movement advocating for proactive suicide prevention and mental health education.
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Proceeds from the virtual Pride Live event will benefit LGBTQ+ youth organisations.
The platform will honour LGBTQ+ artists from the past and present: from Sylvester and Melissa Etheridge to Lady Gaga and Troye Sivan.
The artists will join ‘Dear Class Of 2020’’s inspiring lineup that includes President Obama, Lady Gaga And BTS.
Lovato also shared a throwback lyric video inspired by the Myspace-era complete with asymmetrical haircuts and pink skulls.
The duo take part in their own, colourful Olympics in the joyful anthem's video.
Previously announced celebrity guests for the show include Christina Aguilera, Kristin Chenoweth, Little Big Town and Donny Osmond,
The superstar singers didn't reveal a specific date for the song's release, but rumours persist that it won't be long.
The industry’s biggest artists have teamed up with the international advocacy movement to support the World Health Organization's efforts to end the pandemic.
The new song is the singer's first official single in two years.
Following the release of her emotional ballad ‘Anyone’, Demi Lovato continues her comeback with a new single, ‘I Love Me’ arriving on Friday.
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