Demi Lovato recruits a few of her celebrity friends and shows her pride and support for the LGBT community in the new music video for her single "I Really Don't Care." You can watch the video above via YouTube.
"I Really Don't Care" is an upbeat pop tune featuring Cher Lloyd. The song is rumored to be about Demi's ex-boyfriend but the former Disney star instead uses the song's lyrics as a way to express her opposition to homophobic protesters at the Los Angeles Pride Parade.
The music video features Lovato performing at the Pride Parade with plenty of rainbows, body paint, and fabulous drag queens to boot! "I Don't Really Care" also features Perez Hilton and Travis Barker, who accompanies Demi Lovato on the drums.
Lovato is one of Hollywood's biggest gay rights activists and at the LOGO TV Trailblazer Awards earlier this week, Lovato shared that her grandfather was gay. She also thanked the LGBT community for being so supportive and accepting. You can watch a video of her speech here via EOnline.
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