Demi Lovato Brought The Heartbreak And Raw Emotions In Her Grammy Performance Of “Anyone”

Demi Lovato Brought The Heartbreak And Raw Emotions In Her Grammy Performance Of “Anyone”


As a child of the 80s, I am legally obligated to use that gorgeous Olan Mills-style screen shot as a header.

Demi Lovato released the song Sober in June 2018, and in it, she admitted to tumbling off the wagon after six years of sobriety. One month later, Demi overdosed. Demi spent some time getting treatment in rehab, and since she’s gotten out, she’s laid low career-wise. But Demi is back! She’s going to yodel out the National Anthem at the Super Bowl this Sunday, and at the Grammys last night, she delivered the blood-curdling scream-cry for help she says she wrote just four days before she overdosed.

A few days before the Grammys, Demi was on Zane Lowe’s show on Apple Music’s Beats 1, and told him that the song she would perform on the Grammys was written and recorded four days before her overdose. Demi said that while in the hospital, she told herself that if she ever goes back to performing, she wants to sing that song. While recording it, Demi thought she was okay, but listening back, she realizes it sounds like the 11 o’clock number in Intervention: The Musical and is a big, loud cry for help. Demi doesn’t understand how those who listened to it didn’t realize that shit was serious and scream for Candy Finnigan to help her.

Demi performed the song, Anyone, at the Grammys last night, and after needing to restart when the emotions grabbed onto her vocal cords too tight, she nearly sang her brows off:

The lyric video is below, and in the song, Demi literally scream-sings for help:

Anyone, please send me anyone
Lord, is there anyone?
I need someone
Anyone, please send me anyone
Lord, is there anyone?
I need someone

If that isn’t an ayúdame anthem, I don’t know what is. It is a blatant cry for help. Why do I have a feeling that while Demi sang, “ANYONE, PLEASE SEND ME ANYONE,” in the studio, her manager Scooter Braun was ignoring her like, “Sounds great, Demi, baby!”, before getting on his phone to crank call his future rival Taylor Swift. “Is Nyah Nyah there? Nyah Nyah who, you ask? Nyah nyah nyah nyah nyah nyah, I’m about to own your songs, bitch!

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