7 Demi Lovato Live Performances That Prove She's The Best Of The Best — VIDEOS

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 31: Singer Demi Lovato performs the national anthem prior to Game Four of the 2015 World Series between the New York Mets and the Kansas City Royals at Citi Field on October 31, 2015 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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I am, always have been, and always will be obsessed with music. Alas, the cruel joke in my life is that I was not blessed with a beautiful singing voice. Or, you know, even one that can carry a tune. But, if I was lucky enough to have pipes of gold, I hope it'd sound something like Demi Lovato's. Why? Because the "Confident" singer's voice has beauty and range, and she can sing live better than most. Case in point, as Just Jared relays, Lovato sang the national anthem during The World Series Game Four, and it was nothing short of phenomenal. Like always, Lovato is going to be a difficult act to follow. 

World Series show aside, I've seen Lovato in concert, and this sort of unparalleled live performance is not at all a one off thing. I am also willing to put my money where my mouth is and provide you proof of this, if you have not gotten to see a live show of hers yet (seriously, what are you waiting for?). But if you can attend a Lovato concert or performance in the flesh, I urge you to do it ASAP. Actually, after seeing the various live performances of hers below, you probably won't need much convincing. 

Here are seven live performances that prove Demi Lovato is the best of the best:


1. "Take Me To Church"


*Kneels at Demi's feet*

2. "Stone Cold"


This has me feeling some type of way.

3. "For You"


A new song, maybe, but an instant classic after that performance? Definitely.

4. "Cool For The Summer"


All those screams were v. deserved. 

5. "Skyscraper"


If you aren't crying, you're a stronger person than I am.

6. "Give Me Love"


So. Good.

7. "Confident"


Skip to 2:22 to hear her assert her melodic dominance.

Hey, Demi? More live performances, please!

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