When photographs of Demi Lovato in a wedding dress started popping up in the media, fans immediately jumped to conclusions. Who could our girl, Demi, possibly be getting married to right now? We don’t even know who she’s currently dating! Then reality sunk in and everyone began to realize that it has been some time since the release of “Sorry Not Sorry” and that her next single was slated to be “Tell Me You Love Me.” Of course, the wedding dress was merely just a prop for that music video, but we had more questions. Who would she be marrying? Would we even see the groom? Would it be someone we know? It’s Jesse Williams! Yes, for those of you who have been with Yow Yow! since at least 2011, you know that I know that he’s also “Hotness Monster” from Greek.
The video is good. It’s not great. The song is still even better and mixed in with the video we love it even more. “Tell Me You Love Me” is easily one of my favorite songs from the album. Why? Because it’s not actually about someone else though you may think it is. Demi confirms that it’s actually about yourself. Self-love. Love for yourself and this is shown in the video in the most powerful way.
I know I’m posting this song months later, but that’s just how long it took for me to warm up to it! It’s so catchy and as much as I don’t want to like current day Maroon 5, my love for SZA kind of surpasses that. I hope this song is playing at all my holiday parties this year.
This isn’t a new song, but I have so much more of an appreciation for it since I learned last night that this was the “first dance” song for DJ’s Harley Viera-Newton and Ross Schwartzman. Just… downright amazing.
I honestly did not know how this was going to turn out, but this is more amazing than I thought it would be.
Hello, I sang this song from the top of my lungs driving all the way down to South Bay yesterday.
This weekend I did something that I had never done before. I joined my brother and his friends for an evening of karaoke and a hot pot dinner – at the same time. The idea of this is so foreign to me because when I eat, my food has my full attention. I can barely keep up with the conversations going on around me let alone sing to a crowd. It actually ended up being a more low key dinner than we thought it might be so instead of doing both things, we had a queue going of our favorite songs and would casually sing along to them if we decided to do that. One thing that kind of surprised me though was that I had never really seen the music videos of these classic songs that I loved from way back when. I’m talking pre-TRL here. Someone at the table asked “Do music videos even still exist?” Yes! And I might be the only one watching them!
This bop from Calvin Harris’ latest album “Hard to Love” with Jessie Reyez was one of my favorites. Her interactions and movements in this video are totally what I do when I dance too.