Demi Lovato Teases 'Punk'd' Appearance, New Music Video

'I'm basically trying to convince a guy that I didn't break his heart, and we get into a fight ...,' Lovato says of upcoming clip.

Demi Lovato opened up about her life post-treatment during her deeply personal MTV documentary "Stay Strong." Her life these days includes a bustling music career, and as 2012 crawls along, Lovato shared that she's got some big plans in store for the coming months.

During the "Stay Strong" "After Show," Demi teased that she has plans to tour and release a music video for her second Unbroken single, "Give Your Heart a Break."

In an interview with MTV News days before the special aired, Lovato shed more light on her forthcoming projects. "The new music video, I'm basically trying to convince a guy that I didn't break his heart, and we get into a fight and I try to win him over again," she explained about the recently shot clip. "So I do something special for him at the end of the song."

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While shooting the video, Lovato joked on Twitter about having to get intimate with her co-star, whom she had met not long before cameras started rolling. "It's kind of funny. It's part of the job though. You just try to get through it, but it is kind of awkward at first when you have to act like a couple with someone that you don't know," she said. "He was really sweet, really sweet and really cute."

This is hardly the end of the Unbroken era for Lovato, who confirmed that she will tour to support the album at some point this year. "I'm definitely going to hit the road again this year," she said. "I'm planning on doing, like, kind of a little tour and seeing where I end up and just getting out there to see my fans again."

And it seems that until she fully begins to get comfortable with herself again, as she explained during the "After Show," her acting career has been put on hold. "But when the right project comes along, I'll definitely consider it," she promised.

Fans won't have to wait much longer, however, to see Lovato's "Punk'd" episode, which airs when the new season kicks off on March 29. "My two friends, Jack [Gaskarth] and Alex [Barakat from All Time Low], they Punk'd me," she said. The guys got some help from Nick Cannon, and in photos teased during the special, Demi is seen looking surprised by whatever it is the guys tried to pull on her.

While she kept the details vague, she did share this with us: "I'm a sucker for, like, ghosts and aliens and stuff like that, so they got me pretty good."