Demi Lovato's domination of 2020 continues. After delivering a stirring performance of her brand new single "Anyone" at the Grammys, the singer made good on a promise she once made to her teenage self and performed the National Anthem during Sunday's Super Bowl.
On Sunday (February 2), the singer was among those who opened the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. Performing the National Anthem for the Miami crowd, Demi later revealed to Entertainment Tonight that she had no recollection of her performance. "I don't remember anything! I blacked out," she said. "I was so excited."
The singer definitely deserves the moment of excitement. Nearly ten years ago, Demi made a tweet that "one day" she hoped to perform the National Anthem at the Super Bowl. Lucky for her, that dream came true amidst a major return to music. After experiencing an apparent overdose in October 2018, the performer has remained out of the public spotlight, rightfully taking the time needed to recover. However, she's since returned, sharing new music at the 2020 Grammys.
Demi joked with Entertainment Tonight that her post-Super Bowl plans included a reported trip to Disney World, but it's likely that she has also plans for more new music, too. Previously speaking with Zane Lowe on Apple Music's Beats 1, she said that "Anyone" was just the beginning. She then shared a bit about the newest song she's working on saying, "I think as time goes on, I'm going to tell more and more about it. With the next song that I have coming out I think I tell more of the story. With this one it just kind of tells you a little bit about where I was right before and right afterwards."
There's no word on when Demi might release more new music, but in the meantime, we hope she enjoys her trip to Disney World.
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