Demi Lovato: Thanks to her Grammy nomination she is "full of hope"
Since her overdose and her stay in the clinic in the summer, singer Demi Lovato (26, "Tell Me You Love Me") slowly returns to her everyday life. She voted in the midterm elections in the US in November, returns to the sport and lets her fans participate in her milestones via social media. However, she did not expect the Grammy nomination for her duet "Fall in Line" with Christina Aguilera (37) in the category "Best pop performance of a duo or a group". "I woke up hopeful, dreams come true," Lovato tweeted overwhelmed.
"You deserve it all"
She wrote to her collaborator, "Thank you, Christina Aguilera, I love you so much." In a second tweet, Lovato underlined her bewilderment: "I grew up in Texas, singing to Christina Aguilera every day trying to make her high notes, if someone had told me that one day I would join them for one Grammy nominated, I would have laughed at the person !! That's so surreal. "
Incidentally, Christina Aguilera returned the compliment via Twitter: "You deserve it all and working with you was like a distinction for me [...] There's no one I'd rather share that with !!"
Whether Lovato and Aguilera will prevail in their category remains to be seen. The competition is top-class: The two ladies compete against Backstreet Boys' "Do not Go Breaking My Heart", "S Wonderful" by Tony Bennett & Diana Krall, "Shallow" by Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper, "Girls Like You by Maroon 5 Featuring Cardi B, Justin Timberlake's Say Something Featuring Chris Stapleton and Zedd's The Middle, Maren Morris & Gray.
The Grammy Awards will be presented on February 10, 2019 in Los Angeles.