Demi Lovato Kicks Off Her 'Tell Me You Love Me' Tour by Showing Love to the Stoneman Douglas Survivors

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Yass Demi slay! Demi Lovato is no stranger to slayin' the stage with her vocals and looks, but this time she is on fire. 

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On Monday night, Lovato kicked off her 46-date 'Tell Me You Love Me' World Tour sporting her thigh high boots. 

Demi first teased about her concert when she tweeted this to her 55 million followers a day before her concert:

Lovatics and fans alike went wild when they saw the outfit she wore on stage. Her thigh high boots and matching lacy black garter belt made the pop star shine.

Backstage, Lovato warmed the hearts of many when she met with students from Stoneman Douglas High School. 

Before meeting the survivors backstage, Lovato invited the students on stage during her concert and asked the crowd of over 7,000 fans to assist in providing mental health support to the Parkland community. Since being diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder in 2010, Lovato has become an advocate for mental health and erasing the stigma behind seeking help.

"On February 14, one of the worst mass shootings in American history took place. These students were in school that day. Please welcome them to the stage," she said to the crowd Monday night.

"It has nothing to do with politics. It's about healing. It was how can we help these students heal from what they've been through?" Lovato said. "These students that came here today and shared their stories are so incredibly brave and courageous and they really are warriors in my eyes."

Lovato was moved by the images that were pouring out from Parkland after the tragedy so she decided to reach out to some students on social media ensuring that their mental health was being taken care of following the traumatic events. "Seeing something that disturbing is just painful to watch and… My heart goes out to them," Lovato said.

Demi Lovato is as fierce on stage as she is off. She continues to use her platform to heal and empower. With socially conscious popstars like Demi influencing the younger generations, we have a great future to look forward to.

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Lovato is promoting her newest studio album Tell Me You Love Me which includes hit singles "Sorry Not Sorry" and "Tell Me You Love Me." Supporting artists on the tour include Kehlani and DJ Khaled.