Per Fox News:
After debuting her song “Anyone” at last week’s Grammy Awards, Demi Lovato has returned to the stage once again to perform the national anthem at Super Bowl LIV.
“#DemiLovato KILLED THE NATIONAL ANTHEM!!!! BEAUTIFUL JOB!,” wrote one Twitter user.
Ten years ago, Demi Lovato tweeted that one day she would sing the national anthem at a Super Bowl. The pop powerhouse made her dream a reality Sunday — and belted “The Star Spangled Banner” before the San Francisco 49ers faced off against the Kansas City Chiefs at Super Bowl LIV in Florida.
The 27-year-old, wearing all white, performed the anthem, often believed to be one of the most difficult songs to sing. In addition, Yolanda Adams sang “America the Beautiful.” Both songs were also performed in American Sign Language.
The singer announced the performance in January — days after she revealed that she would perform at the 2020 Grammy Awards. “I told you the next time you’d hear from me I’d be singing,” she wrote on Instagram.
In her first major comeback since her 2018 overdose, Demi Lovato delivered an emotional performance of her song, “Anyone” at the Grammys. Lovato was so overwhelmed, she had to restart the song shortly after she began, and a tear could be seen rolling down her cheek.