Demi Lovato has titled her new album "Confident."
She's talked openly in interviews about the confidence she hopes to instill in fans and she made it clear in a recent interview that she doesn't just talk the talk.
She walks the walk. Errr.... she sings the songs.
How do we know? Because it takes a great deal of self-confidence to cover arguably the best singer on the planet. And yet that's exactly what Lovato went ahead and did at 106.1 KISSFM's Fall Ball in Seattle on Saturday night.
Demi took to the stage and belted out renditions of her own tracks, such as "Heart Attack," "Neon Lights" and "Cool for the Summer."
But then she blew the figurative roof off the joint by taking a risk and covering Adele's latest smash hit, "Hello."
Rocking a leather skirt with a matching crop top, Lovato gave an emotional performance that earned her props from all in attendance, not to mention a few big names in music.
Tweeted Becky Go, for instance, who also performed at the event:
"@ddlovato never fails to blow my mind. Wtf just happened. Wow. One of my favorite live vocalist to see in concert."
This is the second time in recent memory where Lovato has proven her vocal abilities, as she also received universal praise for her national anthem during the 2015 World Series.
It's easy to have confidence when you also have crazy talent, we suppose.
See Lovato make like Adele in the following video and then prepare to rise out of your seat in order to give her a standing ovation.