Demi Lovato just proved that dreams do, indeed, come true. The “Sorry Not Sorry” singer took to Instagram ahead of her performance at the Super Bowl to reveal just how far back her dreams of singing the National Anthem at the event go.
Demi’s Instagram post came just hours ahead of her scheduled National Anthem performance at the Super Bowl 2020. The 27-year-old seemed to have her sights set on doing just this back in the day – and this tweet definitely goes back.
Here‘s the post.
Demi’s Instagram update was a repost of a tweet dating back to February 7, 2010.
The words saw this singer predict that one day, she would be delivering the National Anthem in front of America at the Super Bowl – Demi just didn’t know when (or if the dream would come true).
“One day, I’m gonna sing the national anthem at a super bowl. Onnnee dayyy…..” the tweet read.
Demi then captioned it with appropriate words.
“Stealing this from @scooterbraun. Dreams really do come true y’all. ?????,” she wrote.
Demi’s post has brought in a huge response. The singer’s update racked up an impressive 316,000+ likes in just 30 minutes, also bringing in a ton of comments.
“SO PROUD OF YOU!” one fan wrote.
“Chills,” another said.
“I know you’re gonna so amazing ? I just can’t wait to see the clothes!!!” saw yet another excited fan.
Demi has been updating her Instagram from Miami ahead of the big night. Shortly before her throwback tweet, the singer posted a snap of herself in a bathrobe, thanking those putting her up.
“Reposting my thanks to @nobumiamibeach in my Nobu robe that I absolutely need for home. The complimentary stay was clutch and I’m v grateful! We had an amazing stay. Nobu beds and Nobu ROOM SERVICE = everything ???,” she wrote.
Demi has revealed that she’s been a bundle of nerves ahead of her appearance – last year’s Super Bowl was watched by over 98 million Americans.
“I’ve spent more time with that song, ‘Anyone.’ I’ve spent more time listening to it. I crafted it,” she began.
“So when you put your heart and soul into something, it takes on a different life of its own. Whereas the national anthem, if I mess up, everyone goes after you if you do,” Demi added.
Demi then revealed that she’ll be steering clear of browsing the social media response to her National Anthem performance.
“I’m not going to read the comments, so it won’t matter,” she continued, adding:
“But it’s just one of those things where it’s like — there’s so much pressure on the national anthem. When it’s my song, if I mess up a lyric, nobody would’ve known because it wasn’t out yet.”
Viewers are proving equally pumped for the Super Bowl Halftime Show which will see Jennifer Lopez and Shakira perform.