Demi Lovato is one of the most popular artists in the world today. The music sensation does not shy away from showing off some skin. For their, latest music video, Lovato made sure to have all eyes on them.

The star, who is 29, shared the video for the punk rock song which they were set to perform on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Thursday. The video began with the former Disney star soaking in a bathtub, head bowed with a green sheen to the whole room. 

Over the new few seconds a distinct punk feel takes over in the first few cards with the camera focusing in on Lovato’s face while they stare, dead-eyed, forward. Lovato’s white shirt was soaking wet as it showed off her ample cleavage underneath their white tank top. They flail their arms about while singing, sitting in the bathtub for the entirety of the first few lines of the song. They sing, “I can’t believe I’m not dead,” a possible reference to the near fatal overdose Lovato went through back in 2018.

Apart from their love for music, Lovato’s other obsession is with tattoos. Last month, Lovato shared a somber black and white Instagram snapshot of their new tattoo. The singer showed off the two new tatts, one reading ‘love’ and the other ‘fear’, etched below their clavicle.

Demi has numerous tattoos all over their body. Their dedication to tattooing demonstrates how passionate they are about getting ink. Meanwhile, you can check out her latest music video below.

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