However, not many fans were probably aware that, on Sunday, Lovato also fulfilled a goal she set for herself 10 years ago.
Tweeting on Feb.7, 2010, the then-17-year-old Disney star wrote, "One day, I'm gonna sing the national anthem at a super bowl. Onnee dayyy...."
Perhaps inspired by Carrie Underwood, who sang the song on that day at that year's game, it turns out her inspirational message was actually a prophecy.
One day, I'm gonna sing the national anthem at a super bowl. Onnnee dayyy....— Team Demi (@ddlovato) February 7, 2010
However, it wasn't Lovato who revealed this amazing discovery. It was her manager Scooter Braun who pointed it out on Sunday, but fans gave the "Anyone" singer a pass because she was probably too busy prepping for her big performance.
Posting on Sunday, Braun sweetly captioned against a screengrab of the decade-old tweet, "10 years later. Dreams do come true."
The second photo in the slideshow really hammers in the point, as it's the NFL poster advertising Lovato's upcoming anthem performance.
Lovato happily agreed when she copied Braun's post to her own profile, "Dreams really do come true y’all."
Braun attended Sunday's Super Bowl in support of Lovato and gushed about her "absolutely stunning" performance in his Instagram story.
Meanwhile, after graciously thanking the NFL for tapping her to perform the National Anthem, Lovato began liveblogging the halftime show in her respective stories, showing her fans what it was like to watch Shakira and Jennifer Lopez perform at Hard Rock Stadium.