Demi Lovato is proving to be an all-American girl in her latest music video…
The 20-year-old part-Mexican American singer has released the official clip for her new single “Made in the USA.”
The nearly-five-minute-long video follows a young man and woman who meet at a carnival and falls in love. But both have to separate when he’s sent off to war.
Meanwhile, Lovato is shown rocking at the carnival with her guitar.
“If you fall I’ll fall with you baby/ No matter how far we go I want the whole world to know/ I want you bad/ And I won’t have it any other way/ No matter what the people say/ I know that we’ll never break/ Cause our love was made, made in the USA,” sings the judge on The X Factor.
The video, co-directed by Lovato and Ryan Pallota, stars 90210 heartthrob Dustin Milligan and Friday Night Lights star Aimee Teegarden.
“I’m SO happy you guys love my video!!!! This was such an incredible experience co-directing.. Glad you guys are happy with it!!!” tweeted Lovato.
“I dedicate my video to all of the troops, anyone who has passed away over seas and to this INCREDIBLE country that I’m so thankful 4..,” she continued.
“Made in the USA” is the second single off her self-titled fourth studio album, Demi. It’s the follow-up to “Heart Attack,” which peaked at No. 10 on Billboard Hot 100.