The US singer has crossed the pond to collaborate with the former ‘X-Factor’ contestant.
The video for the duet between American songstress Demi Lovato and British singer Olly Murs has finally landed and it was certainly worth the wait! In the clip for ‘Up’ Olly and Demi appear to be a couple experiencing a bit of separation as they sing and smash things to get over their heartbreak.
Demi Lovato has teamed with Olly Murs for 'Up'
The single is the second to be taken from Murs’ fourth album, Never Been Better and is set for release in January. The album has already been certified gold in the UK and also includes a duet with US rapper Travie McCoy.
With a brick wall between them, Olly and Demi take turn singing verses before smashing vases, guitars and even tearing up a pillow. However despite the strong emotions on display the song does carry some optimism with Lovato singing “I won't let this plane go down”, “I’m going to place bet on us, I know this love is heading in the same direction, that’’s up.” Eventually the two lovers become reunited after they manage to break down the brick wall between them.
However it might take a little more to get close to Demi during her upcoming Australian tour. The Daily Mail reports that the singer is charging $6000 US (roughly $7275 Australian) for her’ Dressing Room' V.I.P. meet and greet package.
The package includes “a private dressing room for two, a chance to hang out and take a photo with Demi from her own dressing room, and the privilege of watching the show from the side of the stage, among other things.”
But if that all sounds a little too pricey there’s also the Song Dedication deal, where the singer will dedicate one of her songs to a fan who will also be watching from the side of the stage, for $1500 US. Both packages also include goodies such as Demi themed socks, a temporary tattoo and a tote bag.