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Demi Lovato Earns a Career First as 'Anyone' Debuts in Hot 100's Top 40

Demi Lovato
Austin Hargrave

Demi Lovato photographed on Feb. 20, 2018 at The Flamingo House in Sacramento, Calif.

The emotional song, debuted at the 2020 Grammys, is Lovato's first No. 1 on Digital Song Sales.

Demi Lovato earns her 30th career entry on the Billboard Hot 100, and 14th top 40 hit, as "Anyone" debuts at No. 34.

The ballad, which she premiered in a live performance during the Grammy Awards on Jan. 26, debuts with 7.1 million U.S. streams, 1.1 million radio airplay audience impressions and 41,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, the lattermost sum enabling it to debut at No. 1 on the Digital Song Sales chart -- marking Lovato's first leader on the list.

Prior to "Anyone," Lovato had charted 31 entries on Digital Song Sales, including three that peaked at No. 2: "This Is Me" with Joe Jonas, "Skyscraper" and "Sorry Not Sorry."

"Anyone" marks Lovato's first visit to the Hot 100 since 2018, when she appeared with "Sober" (No. 47 peak) and "Solo" (with Clean Bandit; No. 58).

Here's a look at all 14 of Lovato's top 40 hits on the Hot 100, ranked by peak position, dating to her debut entry, "This Is Me":

Peak Position, Title, Peak Year
No. 6, "Sorry Not Sorry," 2017
No. 9, "This Is Me" (with Joe Jonas), 2008
No. 10, "Heart Attack," 2013
No. 10, "Skyscraper," 2011
No. 11, "Cool for the Summer," 2015
No. 15, "Here We Go Again," 2009
No. 16, "Give Your Heart a Break," 2012
No. 20, "Send It On" (billed as the collaborative Disney's Friends for Change), 2009
No. 21, "Confident," 2015
No. 26, "Really Don't Care" (featuring Cher Lloyd), 2014
No. 34, "Anyone," 2020
No. 36, "Neon Lights," 2014
No. 38, "No Promises" (Cheat Codes feat. Lovato), 2017
No. 38, "Let It Go," 2014

Lovato's big 2020 continued Sunday when she performed a powerful rendition of the national anthem ahead of Super Bowl LIV.