Demi Lovato Performs 'Really Don't Care,' 'Heart Attack,' and 'Neon Lights' on 'GMA'
Demi Lovato took to the Central Park stage on a beautiful Friday morning to perform three songs from her album, "Demi." The concert, part of "Good Morning America"'s Summer Concert Series, was open to the public.
After a spirited introduction that warranted thunderous applause from the audience, Lovato performed her latest single, "Really Don’t Care." British artist Cher Lloyd, featured on the song, came out to her rap and close out the song with Lovato.
Lovato performed her hit song "Heart Attack," as the camera panned to the ecstatic crowd, singing along to every word.
To close out the show, George Stephanopoulos asked the musician her thoughts on the successful year she’s had and Lovato took to the stage once more for "Neon Lights."
Tickets for Lovato’s North American Fall World Tour are available today (June 6).