American Singer-songwriter Demi Lovato on Wednesday took to social media to announce her new song, titled ‘Still Alive’ for the upcoming movie ‘Scream 6.’ The star unveiled the cover artwork, captioning it “What’s your favorite scary movie?”
The 30-year-old singer looked incredible in the cover art, staring into the camera, holding a knife that features a reflection of Ghostface character’s iconic white mask.
The song is set to be released on March 3, just one week before the film’s release. The artwork featuring Lovato is of the same theme as that of the film’s characters posters that were unveiled earlier featuring movie’s cast of Jenna Ortega, Courtney Cox, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Mason Gooding and Hayden Panettiere.
Demi Lovato showers love on boyfriend Jutes on valentine’s day
Demi Earlier took to Instagram to shower love on her boyfriend Jutes in celebration of valentine’s day.
“Life has become so enriched by you. Life has become a dream come true. I’m so beyond grateful to have found my person in you. Falling asleep and waking up next to my best friend has made me so filled w joy I can’t even begin to explain.. my best friend, soul mate, twin flame, honeybun.. and the list goes on… the fun and laughs never stop w you.” The star captioned some photos of her spending time with Jutes.
The singer’s boyfriend also later took to Instagram to celebrate their love. “To my best friend twin flame soulmate sugar pie sweet pea honeybun ladybug dream girl… u make me so happy,” he captioned his post. “Ur the sweetest hottest funniest weirdest most talented human on earth and i’m very lucky u choose to spend ur time w me. happy first vday together baby. love u forever.”
Lovato responded to her boyfriend’s post by hopping in the comments section. “You took all the names!!! So to MY best friend twin flame soulmate sugar pie sweet pea honeybun babybel dream man… YOU make ke so incredibly happy and fulfilled.. I can’t imagine life without you.. I’m so grateful for you baby.. happy first Valentine’s Day!!!! Here’s so so many more,” she wrote.