Demi Lovato depicts an all-American love story in her "Made In The USA" video.
If we didn't know any better, we'd say Demi Lovato had a serious grip on "Things Americans Like" (#NextBuzzfeedArticle): carnivals, ferris wheels, live music, road trips, Levis, and best of all, love stories. Especially love stories featuring hot army guys. Who are defending their country in uniform. (#ThingsWELike) And speaking OF things we like (besides the fact that Demi got nominated for a 2013 MTV VMA today!!!), we are straight digging this all-American carnival/state fair theme of Demi's, which we first saw in her "Made In The USA" lyric clip, and now in her official "Made In The USA" music video.
Watch Demi Lovato's "Made In The USA" video after the jump.
The latest cut from the "Heart Attack" singer's Demi disc, the Demi and Ryan Pallotta-directed video features "Friday Night Lights" star Aimee Teegarden and "90210" beefcake Dustin Milligan as a young couple in love. But wait! Slight problem -- Dustin's in the army, and he's heading (we're assuming) overseas to defend his country.
But apparently love really does conquer all: As Demi exuberantly performs "Made In The USA" at a carnival, Aimee and Dustin get lost in a montage of kissing / canoodling / summer love scenes, where they're doing everything from taking baths together to staring deep into each other's beautiful eyes. That is, until Dustin gets shipped off. (UGHH!!) But all's well that ends well: Aimee and Dustin finally make their way back to each other, and Dustin even looks relatively unscathed in his handsome army uniform! 'MERICA! APPLE PIES! TRU LUV! (Sorry, just a little #DemiLovatoPatriotism.)
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