The video, which is co-directed by Lovato and Ryan Pallota, follows a couple who endures the pain of separation when one of them is sent to serve in the U.S. military.
Demi Lovato has released a music video for her new single, "Made in the USA". The nearly-five-minute video follows a couple who meets at a carnival and falls in love with each other. Both have to separate when the male character is sent off to war.
Meanwhile, Lovato is seen rocking the carnival with her guitar. "If you fall I'll fall with you baby/ No matter how far we go I want the whole world to know/ I want you bad/ And I won't have it any other way/ No matter what the people say/ I know that we'll never break/ Cause our love was made, made in the USA," she croons.
Co-directed by Lovato and Ryan Pallota, the video stars "90210" heartthrob Dustin Milligan and "Friday Night Lights" star Aimee Teegarden. "I'm SO happy you guys love my video!!!! This was such an incredible experience co-directing.. Glad you guys are happy with it!!!" Lovato tweeted.
"I dedicate my video to all of the troops, anyone who has passed away over seas and to this INCREDIBLE country that I'm so thankful 4..," she continued.
"Made in the USA" is the second single off her self-titled fourth studio album, "Demi". The single follows up "Heart Attack", which peaked at No. 10 on Billboard 100.
Demi Lovato's "Made in the USA" music video