Demi Lovato has released the video for "Heart Attack" which has already hit number one all over the world.
The song is not exactly brand new in the whole I can turn any boy away and not care but something about you makes me want your attention. The thing is....the subject never gets old.
It is not as groundbreaking as "Skyscraper" but she flipped the switch and for that, we respect it and name "Heart Attack" our jam of the week!-DocFB
Diagnosis: The Doc will not get played like a Ken doll....
Demi Lovato appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Kimmel where she announced she is returning to X Factor as a judge. She performed "Heart Attack" on Kimmel and Dancing With The Stars as well.
They talked about...well Jimmy did....about Khloe Kardashian not working out as a host on The X Factor.
The segment above was sponsored by Purell. Demi talks about the making of her new album and how she is promoting her album with a broken fibula.
Her is Lavato performing outside of Kimmel for a grip of fans. Her microphone is ON.
Here is a Lovato performing for a studio audience. Her microphone is ON. The backing vocals are on higher on this one though.-DocFB
Demi Lovato released a lyric video for "Heart Attack", her latest single. Unlike recent lyric videos, she does not appear in the video at all. The song is from her upcoming release, "Blackout" set for release later this Spring.
The video is loaded with several hashtags for Twitter for fans to use.
This song sounds like it is going to be huge. With the video release and Billboard counting YouTube views, it will be surprising if "Heart Attack" does not hit number 1.-DocFB
Diagnosis: She has the "Factor"....
Demi Lovato released "Heart Attack" last night and she puts on the pop face for those that might have been expecting the first single from her new release to be a ballad like "Skyscraper" was before.
There is the auto tune on the track she got flack for on "X Factor" last season.
"I think the image of the video, I'm taking on a different look this time around. I feel like I have my own thing going, like rocker-chic sophisticated, just a different kind of fashion style this time around."
"It's incredible that I get to incorporate [fashion] with my music, and it coincides. But a lot of the music video, I think, is going to be fashion-based but also performance-based. I really just like to rock out, especially in music videos when I can just have so many times where I can perform."
"The title is just about falling in love and taking that risk. But she's terrified, and by 'she,' I mean me. But I think everyone comes to a point where they feel very vulnerable in falling in love, and that's what I'm talking about."
We are sure the video will have high production value. No word if the video will star her current flame Wilmer Valderrama.
Demi is playing it safe but the song will be a huge hit. Just don't take too much time releasing a video.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Wear perfume for U. No one else....
Demi Lovato released the artwork for her single "Heart Attack" which will be released to radio on March 4th.
She also released a video teaser for the song where you actually get about 4 seconds of the song but hear her say this is her most grown up album to date.-DocFB
Diagnosis: If it is anything like "Skyscraper", sign us up!
Ryan Seacrest has just issued a statement on the passing of Dick Clark, the man whom he took over hosting duties of "New Years Rocking Eve" in 2006.
Here is Ryan's full statement:
“I am deeply saddened by the loss of my dear friend Dick Clark. He has truly been one of the greatest influences in my life. I idolized him from the start, and I was graced early on in my career with his generous advice and counsel. When I joined his show in 2006 , it was a dream come true to work with him every New Year's Eve for the last 6 years. He was smart, charming, funny and always a true gentleman. I learned a great deal from him, and I'll always be indebted to him for his faith and support of me. He was a remarkable host and businessman and left a rich legacy to television audiences around the world. We will all miss him.” - Ryan Seacrest.
Here is one of Michael Jackson's first interviews on "American Bandstand" with Dick Clark. It was with his brothers, the Jackson 5.
Gotta love how MJ just took Dick's microphone and made it his. Dick was being playful with Michael. Interesting that Michael said he is not shy.
Dick Clark passed away this morning at the age of 82 from a massive heart attack.-DocFB