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Demi Lovato visits White House as new video released

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Anastasia Subervi
First lady Michelle Obama introduces the performers during her opening remarks at a student workshop honoring the music of Ray Charles in the State Dining Room of the White House on Wednesday. Demi Lovato was amongst the invited artists to the event. Photo by Pat Benic/UPI
First lady Michelle Obama introduces the performers during her opening remarks at a student workshop honoring the music of Ray Charles in the State Dining Room of the White House on Wednesday. Demi Lovato was amongst the invited artists to the event. Photo by Pat Benic/UPI | License Photo

WASHINGTON, Feb. 24 (UPI) -- Demi Lovato visited the White House on Wednesday to participate in a workshop with first lady Michelle Obama and students to honor the musical legacy of Ray Charles.

The pop artist was scheduled to perform in the latest show of "In Performance at the White House." Usher and The Band Perry were also expected to play.

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Lovato also launched a new music video on Wednesday for the song "Stone Cold" from her latest album Confident.

The intensely sad video captures Lovato soaking in a bathtub after crying atop a cold, white mountain.

In an Instagram post, the singer explained the meaning behind the video.

"This song hurts. So unbelievably bad. And when I perform it on a TV show, in rehearsals or even in a bathtub, it completely takes me to a different place. This song was so therapeutic to write and record, and because of that I wanted to translate that same emotion onto the screen."

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