Demi Lovato Bares Midriff for ‘Really Don’t Care’ Cover Art
You’ve heard the single. You’ve seen the music video.
Now, Demi Lovato has unveiled the official cover art for her song “Really Don’t Care.”
To no one’s surprise, it’s pretty fierce.
[Courtesy of Demi Lovato/Hollywood/On Air with Ryan Seacrest]
“Whether it’s a break-up song or it’s just saying that you really don’t care what other people think, I think it’s an anthem for people,” Lovato, 21, revealed to On Air with Ryan Seacrest this week.” It’s something that everyone can relate to, whether you’ve been bullied or you’re going through a bad breakup.”
“Really Don’t Care” is Lovato’s fourth single from her fourth studio album Demi. The music video, featuring cameos from boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama, Kat Graham, Travis Barker and one of the song’s writers Cher Lloyd, was released in late June.
[Lead photo courtesy of AKM-GSI]