Are you Lovatics ready for a #Demiversary?
Of course you are! In celebration of one year since the release of her self-titled fourth album, Demi Lovato not only thanked her fans during a video chat, she treated them to some big announcements set to roll out over the next month, including word that the lyric video for her brand-new single, "Really Don't Care," drops May 14.
Here's a breakdown of everything Demi has going on so you don't miss a thing!
Monday, May 12
Get ready to burn up like "Neon Lights," when the singer debuts video footage from the Neon Lights Tour on VEVO.
Tuesday, May 13
If you don't already subscribe to Spotify, do it now, because they'll be offering a worldwide stream of five songs that Demi recorded in London last year.
Also on Tuesday, the video for her ballad "In Case," which was previously available only on Demi’s iBook, will be available.
Wednesday, May 14
Demi will drop the lyric video for her new single, "Really Don't Care," which will most likely feature some of her Lovatics since she revealed during the video chat that "the fans helped out with this one, so it was really really fun."
Demi added, "For me it was just about a breakup a while ago and now it's just an overall of thinking and not giving a sh-- about what people say or what people think about you and your beliefs."
Friday, June 6
Set your DVR's (or maybe go into school a little late) because Demi will perform "Really Don't Care" on "Good Morning America" for their summer concert series.
Actually, June is set to be a busy month of performances for Demi, who'll also take the stage in Los Angeles (June 8) and New York (June 28) at the Pride Parade, as well as KBIG's Big Night Out concert at the Hollywood Bowl June 16, where she teased there "may or may not be some surprises."