Ahead of the release of her sixth studio album, Tell Me You Love Me on Sept. 29, the GRAMMY Museum is excited to welcome GRAMMY-nominated and multi-platinum singer, songwriter, actress, advocate, philanthropist, and business woman Demi Lovato to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate conversation on her career and new music, hosted by Executive Director Scott Goldman.
The follow-up to her highly anticipated fifth studio album, 2015’s GRAMMY-nominated Best Pop Vocal Album Confident, Tell Me You Love Me features the recently released title track, which instantly flew into the Top 5 on the iTunes charts. The album also features her recent hit “Sorry Not Sorry,” which has garnered over 120 million streams and climbed to No. 1 on the viral charts. On the big screen, Lovato played the voice of Smurfette in the April 2017 Sony animated film Smurfs: The Lost Village.
Additionally, beyond the stage and the screen, in 2013 her book Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year became a New York Times bestseller. Because of her longtime commitment to raising awareness around LGBT issues and causes, in 2016 Lovato became the recipient of GLAAD’s Vanguard award. She continues to be a global advocate for mental health, and in 2017 was honored by the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA, with the Artistic Award for Courage for her work in mental health.