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The Music Video For Demi Lovato’s ‘Tell Me You Love Me’ Will Remind You Of Your Jealous Ex

“I’m not ready… I’m sorry.”

No strangers to long term relationships that didn’t end well, Demi Lovato and Jesse Williams play a couple on the edge in the music video for “Tell Me You Love Me.” Lovato famously dated Wilmer Valderrama for six years before they called it quits. Williams married his now-estranged wife Aryn Drake-Lee before filing for divorce five years later. Being the celebrities they are, both Lovato’s, and Williams’ breakups were very public. Perhaps that very common theme in their lives drove them to make a music video about two people who are very deeply and passionately in love, but who still, for some reason, walk away from their relationship.

In the beautifully shot music video above we see Lovato and Williams as two people who fall in love, but remain distrustful of one another. After an evening of fooling around in their silky bed, Lovato’s character gets a late night text, which drives Williams’ character insane. He does the same to Lovato, having checked out another women. They proceed to get engaged, and have a wedding, even though it seems obvious to us as viewers that they should definitely take a step back.

The video ends with someone deciding they aren’t ready to take the plunge. Check the video out to see who. And definitely make sure you’re ready before planning an expensive wedding or proposing with what looks like a billion dollar ring. That diamond’s got enough karats to bake a cake with.


READ: Demi Lovato Sings In Spanish On A New Song With Luis Fonsi, And It Might Be The New ‘Despacito’


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Rauw Alejandro is Body-Rolling in Bad Gyal’s “Zorra” Remix Music Video

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Rauw Alejandro is Body-Rolling in Bad Gyal’s “Zorra” Remix Music Video

In 2021, Rauw Alejandro is staying busy. After collaborating with Selena Gomez, the Puerto Rican singer teamed up with Spanish artist Bad Gyal for the “Zorra” remix. Rauw puts down his dance moves that he’s known for in the music video.

Recently Rauw was booked by Selena Gomez and possibly Xtina.

Alejandro helped Gomez crossover into the Latin music scene this year when he was featured on her single “Baila Conmigo.” Last month, he was also photographed with Christina Aguilera as she appears to get ready to release her next Latin music album. The 28-year-old artist closed out last week with his feature on Bad Gyal’s “Zorra” remix.

His contribution to Bad Gyal’s “Zorra” remix is *chef’s kiss*.

Bad Gyal and Alejandro first released the “Zorra” remix in January. The audio has over 7 million views on YouTube. “Zorra” is one of Bad Gyal’s signature songs that she dropped back in December 2019. The song was produced by hip-hop hitmaker Scott Storch and Rosalía’s main producer, El Guincho. In the hypnotic track, Bad Gyal reclaims the word “Zorra,” which is often hurled at women in a derogatory manner. Alejandro, the self-proclaimed “Zorro,” turns up the heat in the remix.

The music video directed by the creative studio Belledenuit is a hot-and-heavy affair too. The modern-day song-and-dance man gets to flex his impressive body-rolling moves while shirtless. Bad Gyal remains Spain’s leading baddie as she twerks on top of an ATV.

For Valentine’s Day, Alejandro dropped his surprise single “2/Catorce.” His debut album, Afrodiasíaco, was released in November. He was nominated for Best New Artist at last year’s Latin Grammy Awards.

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Demi Lovato Pens a Powerful Instagram Post Condemning Diet Culture: ‘I Don’t Count Calories Anymore’

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Demi Lovato Pens a Powerful Instagram Post Condemning Diet Culture: ‘I Don’t Count Calories Anymore’

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For many people, the past year has been a time for immense change–sometimes for the worse, sometimes for the better. It appears, however, that Demi Lovato has been using the pandemic to focus on positive growth.

On Monday, Demi Lovato shared a post to Instagram telling her fans that she “accidentally lost weight” by unsubscribing from diet culture.

On Instagram, Demi posted a video showing off her healthy-looking body accompanied by a lengthy text describing her food journey.

“Accidentally lost weight,” read the text. “I don’t count calories anymore, I don’t over-exercise anymore, I don’t restrict or purge. And I especially don’t live life according to diet culture…And I’ve actually lost weight. This is a different experience, but I feel full. Not of food, but of divine wisdom and cosmic guidance.”

She captioned the post: “I’m full of peace, serenity, joy, and love today.”

Demi posted the moving health update on the heels of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, a time when she’s been posting a lot of information with her followers.

On Sunday, she educated her followers about orthorexia, a disorder in which the person affected has an “obsession with proper or ‘healthful’ eating.”

On Monday, Demi also posted a video decrying the widespread use of photo filters that distort a person’s natural appearance. Demi wrote: “Unrealistic beauty expectations with these filters got me like: ‘But can I always look like this?’ ‘My skin is not this smooth.’ ‘Wait, do I need a smaller nose?'”

She added: “Thank god I’m realizing this now and I’m sorry for using them without realizing how dangerous they were before. Thank god these weren’t around when I was 13, but also…how are teens supposed to learn how to accept themselves with this shit?”

Back in December, Demi gave her fans a peek into the beginning of her eating disorder recovery by posting a photo celebrating her stretch marks.

“I used to genuinely believe recovery from an eating disorder wasn’t real. That everyone was faking or secretly relapsing behind closed doors,” she wrote. “‘Surely she throws up here and there’, ‘She can’t POSSIBLY accept her cellulite’… those we’re just a few of the things that I used to tell myself growing up.”

She continued: “I’m so grateful that I can honestly say for the first time in my life – my dietitian looked at me and said ‘This is what eating disorder recovery looks like.'”

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