Demi Lovato sings 'Heart Attack' at heart health event

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Demi Lovato sings ‘Heart Attack’ at heart health event

Demi Lovato is once again involved in controversy. This time, for performing one of her biggest hits: ‘Heart Attack’. The reason? Do it at an event organized by the American Heart Association.

Although it may not seem like the best decision to go on stage with a song titled ‘Heart Attack’ at an event that aims to raise awareness about deadly cardiovascular ailments, Demi Lovato didn’t think twice when she grabbed the microphone to sing ‘Heart Attack’. This has unleashed a storm of criticism of the artist on social networks.

Lovato’s representative has spoken about it through EW: «She talked about the connection that exists between the mind and the heart. It was an emotional moment meant to stand up for the women in the audience, the same reason Demi was at the event. The truth is that it was a beautiful moment.

The artist also gave a brief explanation before starting her performance: «Although this song is about the intense feelings that arise from falling in love, as well as heartbreak, it also has many parallels with me, with my journey and a reminder for everyone present. of how strong the connection between the mind, the heart and the body really is.

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