Demi Lovato’s Tiny Desk Concert Will Literally Give You Chills
Demi Lovato’s Tiny Desk Concert (Home) Concert is exactly what we needed to get us through the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Staying at home and missing live concerts and music has been rough, but her gorgeous tone and lovable personality transports fans to the front row of her show.
Demi Lovato Performs Her Own Tiny Desk Concert at Home
Lovato performed the set in her backyard in Los Angeles. She was accompanied by Steven “Styles” Rodriguez on the keyboard. Behind them, all of Lovato’s awards and accomplishments could be seen hanging up on shelves.
She first performed her 2017 hit “Tell Me You Love Me” a performance that will literally give you chills. Lovato is the definition of a superstar with flawless vocals. After finishing the first song, the former ‘X Factor’ judge took a moment to talk to her fans and dish on one neat hobby she has learned during quarantine.
“I am super excited to be filming this outside because I’m really really excited about the weather changing,” she said with a smile. “Spring is my second favorite. Summer is my absolute favorite season so I’m really happy to be out in the bright sunny California sun.”
She also revealed that she has made some furry backyard friends while staying at home amid the pandemic.
“My squirrels are out here,” she said. “You can’t see but I have now taught them how to eat from my hand and that’s a big accomplishment, so I just want to let you know that’s what was on my mind and I’m happy to be here.”
Lovato Sang Two Songs Off of Her New Album
Lovato gave her fans a real treat by performing two songs off of her newest album Dancing with the Devil…the Art of Starting Over. She first sang “The Art Of Starting Over,” a song about her recovery from drug addiction and healing from everything she has gone through.
The 28-year-old Disney star finished off her Tiny Desk (Home) Concert with the song “Dancing With The Devil.” The track coincides with her four-part YouTube docuseries Demi Lovato: Dancing With the Devil.
Lovato recalled her 2018 drug overdose that nearly killed her as well as her own experiences with sexual assault. The music video for “Dancing With The Devil” reenacts this painful time in her life.
Fans were raving in the comments section after watching Lovato belt her heart out during this at-home concert.
“This woman has FOUND her voice!” one fan wrote. “She has literally never sounded better! She is putting her second chance to use! So proud of her and I’m so thankful she is still here!”
“The RESPECT I have for Demi Lovato just went to another level” another wrote. “OMG, the Queen keeps serving vocals. She’s an Angel. I will forever love her.”