Chart Mondays: Demi Lovato - Sorry Not Sorry

11 September Critic Jonni 0 Comments


Sorry Not Sorry - Demi Lovato |

Finally, this song has climbed all the way up to the UK Top 10, and about time too. Demi Lovato brings summer to the UK as it turns to Autumn with this brilliant song that is a total grower. At number one is Taylor Swift with "Look What You Made Me Do" which I reviewed last week, hence why I am reviewing this music video right now. I'm so glad I get to include it in my Chart Mondays reviews, although I am not so keen on the visual itself. Watch Demi Lovato throw a house party as she performs her song in various scenes during this music video for her song "Sorry Not Sorry".

Demi Lovato is gearing up to release her sixth studio album titled "Tell Me You Love Me". This song is the lead single from the album that will be out at the end of September. She really has come a long way in her career, from starring in Camp Rock to becoming one of many top female artists in the music industry. I seriously cannot wait to hear the album in full. She's dropped a few instant grat singles that have been pretty good. This album will definitely be a grower of an album, just like this song has been. It was written by Demi Lovato, Oak Felder, Sean Douglas, Trevor Brown, and William Zaire Simmons.

Directed by Hannah Lux Davis - there's her name again, although she hasn't really impressed me this time around - the music video showcases a Demi Lovato party. The opening scene explains that this female artist threw a house party and they recorded a music video to show what happened.

Most of the scenes show Demi Lovato performing the song, there's a bubble hot tub scene and a deck chair outdoors scene. Then there's the pool dancing where the scene includes Jamie Fox. Also appearing in the video is Paris Hilton and Wiz Khalifa, can you spot them?

The party scenes are interesting and I certainly love the kissing scene, although clearly a lot of that was cut up. The pool scene where the camera goes under the water is pretty interesting. Yet, it's the ending that really makes the impact as Demi Lovato's humour is displayed for the world to see.

This music video brings insight into Demi Lovato's life and her ability to host a pretty wild house party whilst performing for a music video at the same time. Talk about professionalism and her determinability. It's a good average music video, that's been done a few times before.
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