L.A. Pride featured in Demi Lovato’s ‘Really Don’t Care’ music video

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Demi Lovato took L.A. Pride: The TLGB Celebration by storm! Lovato used the event as the location for her newly released music video – “Really Don’t Care” featuring Cher Lloyd.

The Disney Channel-kid star-turned-platinum pop princess took over the June 8 event, riding on a float in the parade and interacting with the crowd during the festival. At the beginning of the music video, it shows anti-LGBT demonstrators at L.A. Pride event, where she then says to the crowd right before the song begins “You don’t have to hate, because my Jesus loves all!” Check out the video after the jump:¬†
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJGUbwVMBeA

The music video featured gays, lesbians, drag queens, colorfully dressed festival-goers and rainbow flags galore dancing and having fun. There was also special cameo appearances by Perez Hilton and also Wilmer Valderrama.

Lovato was announced as the Grand Marshal for the 50,000-plus event. She is also scheduled to perform at the upcoming Dance on the Pier, which is the benefit concert a part of NYC Pride.

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