Demi Lovato’s performance of her song “Heart Attack” at the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection concert earlier this week may have raised some eyebrows online due to its seemingly incongruous theme with heart health. However, insiders reveal that the live audience had a completely different reaction. Contrary to the online criticism, those present at the event appreciated and embraced her performance.
The American Heart Association (AHA) not only supported but also encouraged Demi Lovato to perform her song “Heart Attack”. Despite some online backlash suggesting the song was inappropriate, sources close to Demi explain that it wasn’t seen as offensive or insensitive. They argue that Demi has redefined the song’s significance, particularly considering her personal health journey following a 2018 overdose. This reclamation of the song’s meaning, they believe, makes its performance fitting and impactful.
Following her personal experiences, Demi Lovato has given her song “Heart Attack” a renewed sense of meaning. This sentiment was strongly felt in her performance on Wednesday, which, according to our sources, was highly praised by those present at the event.
Before her performance, Demi shared her personal connection to the song with the audience, “[T]his song has many parallels for me, my journey and a reminder for all of us in the room just how strong the mind-heart-body connection truly is.”
Hopefully, this clears up any doubts for those who were puzzled by the selection of the song. It wasn’t just an appropriate choice, but also a performance delivered with genuine emotion.
As for the critics, they are always ready to criticize, but this is one occasion where their negativity is unwarranted.