Demi Lovato's "Tell Me You Love Me" Lyrics Are So, So Emotional
The excitement is building for Demi Lovato’s “Tell Me You Love Me” music video and, honestly, it looks pretty epic, as Lovato shared pics of herself in a wedding dress and even a “save the date” announcement. Demi Lovato’s “Tell Me You Love Me” lyrics are gorgeous and this music video concept involving a wedding will be the perfect fit, no doubt. Can't. Wait.
Lovato’s wedding “save the date” announcement gives all the pertinent info: 10 a.m. ET on Dec. 1, when she’ll be marrying Jesse, her music video groom. If you ever wondered if Lovato would make a beautiful bride, well obviously, yeah, but she also posted pics of herself decked out in a white strapless gown and veil for the full visual.
Lovato explained the meaning of "Tell Me You Love Me" to fans at a New York City album launch in September, noting:
Most fans believe "Tell Me You Love Me" is all about her longtime love Wilmer Valderrama, since they dated for six years before going their separate ways in June 2016.
The song lyrics definitely point to a relationship, so the wedding concept makes sense, but with the heartbreak of love lost, you have to wonder how the video will end. Will Demi the bride get a happy ending?
To refresh your memory, let’s take a look at some of the “Tell Me You Love Me” lyrics. In the first verse, she sings about a fight and being "bad at love:"
In the chorus, Lovato sings:
Some of the lines are absolutely heartbreaking, as anyone who has been through a big breakup after a serious relationship can definitely relate to:
Back to Valderrama... in her recent documentary, Simply Complicated, Lovato explained how their decision to break up wasn’t an easy one and there continues to be uncertainty. She explained: "I do have moments where it's late at night and I'm lonely and I wonder if I made the right decision, because love is a gamble. I don't know if I'll lose him for the rest of my life."
Fans have understandably been hoping that Lovato and Wilderrama will get back together and that perhaps they just needed a little time apart for now. We'll see...
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