AceShowbiz - Demi Lovato is finally back! The Disney alum made her comeback at the 2020 Grammy Awards and it sure was an emotional one, as she shed some tears while debuting her new song "Anyone" during the Sunday, January 26 event.
Following an introduction from Greta Grewig, Demi appeared beneath a spotlight in a long white dress as she started singing. However, she was overcome by her emotion that she had to restart her set, shedding some tears in the process. Described as a "cry for help," the song found her powerfully singing, "Anyone, please send me anyone/ Lord, is there anyone? I need someone."
The audience was clearly mesmerized by her performance of the song, which she wrote four days before her drugs overdose. By the end of the rendition, she received a standing ovation.
Meanwhile, a couple of winners were announced prior to her performance. Dave Chappelle brought home the Best Comedy Album accolade for his "Sticks & Stones" record, before Tyler, the Creator was revealed to be the winner of Best Rap Album for "Igor". It marks the rapper's first Grammy win throughout his career.
Tyler, who defeated Meek Mill, 21 Savage and YBN Cordae for the award, brought along his mom to the stage when accepting the trophy. She was so moved by the win that she hugged Tyler tightly while crying on the stage. He then went on to thank his mother for "doing a great job raising this guy," before giving his regards to his managers, friends and family.
"You guys took a seed and watered it, and I thank you for trusting my ideas," he said. "Trusting my ideas and putting up with my annoying hyperactive energy since we were children but always being there."
Last but not least, he gave a shout out to his fans and Pharrell Williams who "has allowed me to be comfortable with myself and has opened up doors that you guys cannot imagine."