Demi Lovato Debuts Cinematic “Tell Me You Love Me” Music Video

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“This song is one of my favorites which is why I named my album after it. I not only love singing it but I think the underlying meaning is important for people to know,” says Demi Lovato. “At the end of the day you have everything you need standing right in front of you. And that’s yourself. Shooting this video was really fun too! We had a full on wedding and my best friends were even my bridesmaids and groomsmen. The locations were absolutely beautiful. It was perfect and I’m so excited to show everyone!”

Grammy®-nominated, multi-platinum singer and songwriter Demi Lovato debuts the official video for her new single “Tell Me You Love Me” today.  Shot on location in Los Angeles and directed by Mark Pellington, the powerful video co-stars actor, model and activist Jesse Williams (Grey’s Anatomy).  “Tell Me You Love Me” is the follow up single to Demi’s RIAA 2x platinum Top 40 #1 smash “Sorry Not Sorry”.  Both singles are off of her critically acclaimed album TELL ME YOU LOVE ME, which exploded to a #1 debut on the iTunes album chart in the U.S. and 40 territories around the world.

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Showcasing “one of the year’s most unstoppable voices” (Entertainment Weekly), “Sorry Not Sorry” has logged over 500 million global streams, and over 250 million views for its unbridled house party video.  Underscoring TELL ME YOU LOVE ME’s pop soulful flair, “Sorry Not Sorry” is joined in the Top 10 at Pop radio by “No Promises,” Demi’s collaboration with Cheat Codes.

In addition to her critically hailed album release, Demi released a 78-minute documentary film, Simply Complicated which has amassed over 11 million views to date.  Demi will embark on her 20-city tour across the U.S. and Canada with DJ Khaled and Kehlani, starting in February (see full tour dates and ticket info at and is featured on Luis Fonsi’s new single “Echame La Culpa”, the follow-up to his massive global #1 hit single “Despacito”.  The video for the track broke VEVO’s Latin record for most viewed in the first 24-hours with 17.1 million views.


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