Demi Lovato Debuts New Single at the Grammys

The 62nd annual Grammy Awards may have been Billie Eilish’s night, but another singer staked her claim. 

Demi Lovato reminded audiences why she has sold over 2 million albums as she performed at the Staples Centre with a brand new song titled “Anyone”.

The single pays homage to Demi’s personal struggles with addiction, having fallen off the wagon in 2018 after 6 years of sobriety, only to attend rehab and get right back on the horse.

She reportedly wrote the song just days before her relapse, with lyrics including, “I tried to talk to my piano, I tried to talk to my guitar / Talk to my imagination, confided into alcohol.”

The 27-year-old singer’s performance was her first live in almost two years and drew praise from the crowd as well as fellow artists, such as Pink.

“Oh Demi Lovato, you just tore me down,” wrote the “What About Us” singer on Twitter. “I’m so glad you’re here to sing those words, to sing like that. You just gave the whole world a gift straight from the heart. Thank you.”

The greatest gift is that Demi is doing better.