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Demi Lovato has become the latest performance to pay tribute to Prince.

The young singer took the stage at the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular in Boston, Massachusetts for a special that aired on the Fourth of July this past Monday.

But she took a few minutes at one point to honor the late musical icon instead of her native country.

Decked out in a sequined romper, the pop star blew away the audience – both those watching live and on television – by delivering a rendition of "Purple Rain" with the Boston Pops Orchestra.

You can check out video of the tribute below.

Prince, of course, passed away on April 21.

His body was found at his home in Minnesota and an official report later confirmed that Prince died from an accidental overdose of the opioid fentanyl.

Ever since this shocking tragedy, celebrities from around Hollywood have paid their respects in various ways to the iconic artist.

Spike Lee, for instance, wore a sort of ridiculous outfit to the 2016 BET Awards.

Madonna and Stevie Wonder, meanwhile, teamed up at the Billboard Music Awards.

Lovato is one of the younger singers to perform "Purple Rain" as a way to pay homage to Prince, but it just goes to show the massive influence he had over musicians from all eras.

Also during her appearance at this July 4 special,, Lovato performed "Cool for the Summer," "Confident" and she sang a duet of "Close" and "America the Beautiful" with Future Now tour mate Nick Jonas.

But everyone is talking about her Prince cover this week.

For good reason.

Take a look and a listen below and you’ll understand why.

Great job, Demi! Really, really, REALLY great job!