Demi Lovato has been accused of throwing shade at Ariana Grande, but the pop star says that couldn't be further from the truth. The "Really Don't Care" singer replaced Ariana at the MLB All-Star Game concert, and fans accused her of subtly dissing her fellow celeb by singing "Made in the U.S.A."
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Normally, that really wouldn't be shady, but the "Break Free" singer has recently been under fire for saying "I hate America" (among other unsavory actions) in a donut shop.
But the Devonne by Demi maven slams the reports that she was making a pointed reference at the pop star she replaced. In fact, she says that the only reason she sang the song was because she didn't get to do it on the Fourth of July.
We are so proud of Demi for standing up for herself. "Made in the U.S.A." is just another one of her songs and she was singing it at a baseball game (AKA the quintessential American pastime). It just makes sense!
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