Tweets About Demi Lovato's "Tell Me You Love Me" Video Prove Fans Are Shook
Demi Lovato showed the world just how incredible she is with her newest "Tell Me You Love Me" video, and man, fans are totally feeling it. The video is pure excellence and lived up to every expectation we had. Because of Lovato's hints on social media about the video itself — a photo of her in a wedding gown and a photo of a "save the date" — we were expecting some kind of happy ending wedding. But the video was the opposite of that, showing Demi being left at the altar by her fiancé (who is played by Jesse Williams).
For those of you who don't quite understand how incredible the song is, take a look at her lyrics:
Can we just give a round of applause for encapsulating heartbreak pretty much perfectly? Because that chorus is painful-but-true for basically anyone who's had to deal with a breakup.
And it's definitely clear that the video shows even more of this. It's hitting us all right in the feels and it is brutal.
Fans took to social media and let it all out:
While it's evident that this song is about heartbreak, a lot of fans are led to believe that it's actually about Lovato's ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama, who she dated for six years. In her documentary, Simply Complicated, she talks about how she is unsure if she did the right thing by breaking up with Valderrama:
Ugh. It's almost as if you realize that these people that you think are talented goddesses actually have the same flaws as us mere mortals. Will we ever know if the video is about Valderrama? Maybe, maybe not. But I think we can all agree that the video is one of the most epic we've seen from Lovato yet.
So we've all pretty much summed up just how incredible Demi Lovato's new song is (and we already knew how incredible Lovato herself is), right? Right.
And that's why it's understandable that fans took to Twitter in a rage when they found out that Demi Lovato didn't receive any Grammy nominations, alongside deserving artists like Selena Gomez and Cardi B.
Her album, Tell Me You Love Me, was released on Sept. 29, right before the Sept. 30 cutoff for a Grammy nomination, and many think she was robbed for not even having a nomination for her single "Sorry Not Sorry" as Song Of The Year:
Some even called out The Recording Academy (the people behind the Grammys) personally, tagging them in their posts and asking the WTH they were thinking leaving Demi out:
I can't really blame them, TBH.
But here's the thing: Regardless of if she got a Grammy award or not, her fans are all in agreement that her work just keeps getting better and better, and she shows no signs of slowing down. So let's all just soak in her iconic "Tell Me You Love Me" video that we were just graced with, and keep our hopes up for next year's award season. And if she gets snubbed again, I've got two words for you: Lovato. Riot.