Though it seems unusual when odd people meet musically, Demi Lovato and Jamie Foxx have a story together. It’s nothing to do with their personal lives but it was for her music back in 2017. As Demi is busy looking for ways to release her latest album including ‘Anyone’, ‘I Love Me’ and ‘I’m Ready’ with Sam Smith, she shared few memories on her long back blockbuster ‘Sorry Not Sorry’.
Speaking to ‘Harper’s Bazaar’ Demi talked about getting Jamie and Jay-Z on board for the video. It was the debut single off Lovato’s album ‘Tell Me You Love Me’ in 2017. The song was a huge hit and went on to top the platinum list due to its captivating lyrics and entertaining video.
When she involved the rapper and Foxx she said: “I played him my first two contenders for my first single. It was ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ and ‘Tell Me You Love Me,’ and I didn’t know which one to go with.”
But Jay-Z was kind enough to help her make the music video as so many A-listers were in it. Demi told to Bazaar that: “I just went through my phone book and texted some people to see if they wanted to be in the video. And Wiz [Khalifa] is a good friend of mine, Paris [Hilton] I’ve known since I was like 15. So it was dope. And then Jamie [Foxx] I knew through a mutual friend.”
She also spoke on the fun memories she had with Paris Hilton and said: “It was hilarious because Paris Hilton did bring, I think it was like 11 or 12 suitcases full of clothes just to make a cameo in my music video. And I didn’t even bring that many clothes to pick [from]. And it was just funny because I think there was one point in the night where I was like, ‘How is your outfit more glamorous than mine?’”