Did You Miss It? Demi Lovato Performs ‘Tell Me You Love Me’ on ‘Ellen’

Published: Monday 15th Jan 2018 by Rashad

‘Sorry Not Sorry,’ the lead single from Demi Lovato‘s sixth album, ‘Tell Me You Love Me,’ is still enjoying much love from radio and streaming outlets some 6 months after its release.  First impacting charts in July 2017, the Oak Felder-produced cut is still in the top 20 on the Hot 100 and showing no real signs of slowing down.

In an effort to introduce the masses to other hit-worthy gems from the LP, Lovato is taking her powerhouse chops on the promo trail in support of ‘Love Me’s second single – its title track.  With a peak of #53 on the Billboard Hot 100 to date, we’re certain live showings much like that on ‘Ellen’ today will serve as just the bids needed to push the tune into the top 40.

Don’t believe us?  Look inside and see for yourself #ICYMI:



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  1. The Wig Snatcher January 16, 2018

    Gladly missed it.

    • China January 16, 2018

      This girl can sing when she’s not screaming trying to prove she’s 1995’s Christina Aguilera. BUT HER MUSIC/PRODUCT IS WEAK. Its like they give her the songs, Rihanna/Pink/Britney turn down. SHE NEEDS BETTER SONGWRITERS

  2. Bam January 16, 2018

    I love her new album and this song but “Daddy Issues” or “Ruin the Friendship” should’ve been the second single.

  3. stan January 16, 2018

    she obviously has the voice. her materials have been good, but not stellar. with the right producers and writers, she could be even bigger.

  4. Mariah Carey January 16, 2018

    I missed it dahhling! I was with Nick and #DemKids celebrating the life of the incomparable Martin Luther King!

    • China January 16, 2018

      lol this bish

  5. NOBITCHASSNESS January 16, 2018

    Love her

  6. Francis January 16, 2018

    This track is amazing! I don’t understand why the Grammy’s didn’t nominate this record, but considered her previous effort, ‘Confident’, just last year.

    • Jaychin0 January 16, 2018

      I don’t think it was eligible for this year’s grammys, baby 2019

      • On The Bright Side January 16, 2018

        The song Tell Me You Love Me won’t be eligible until next year but her album was eligible for this year’s Grammy’s and they paid it dust!!!

  7. Stephy January 16, 2018

    Her voice is boring & bland as hell.

  8. JohnnyBlaze82 January 16, 2018

    I love how Demi was able to overcome addiction and be a role model to peope but her music sucks and she’s always trying to sing loud.

  9. eric January 16, 2018

    I like Demi, but I want to hear some different vocal styling from her. Everything sounds the same even when it’s different.

  10. StarXavi January 19, 2018

    i love this album and she has been slaying me vocally. Sure her tone may not be for everyone but there is no denying her vocal talent.

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