Demi Lovato has debuted the cover art for her latest hit single.
Titled "Really Don't Care," the track's video featured boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama, while Lovato revealed the aforementioned artwork to Ryan Seacrest last night.
Let's take a look at it, shall we?
The young artist also opened up to the American Idol host about the meaning behind this song.
"Whether its a break-up song or it’s just saying that you really don’t care what other people think, I think it’s an anthem for people,” Demi said via On Air with Ryan Seacrest. “It’s something that everyone can relate to, whether you’ve been bullied or you’re going through a bad breakup."
And Lovato, of course, has gone through both of these life experiences.
She's been open about her past bullying issues and how they contributed to the drug use/self-esteem issues that landed her in rehab in 2010.
Fortunately, this Disney Girl Gone Wild has turned her life around and is all about helping others now do the same.