Watch Sam Smith and Demi Lovato’s Video for New Song "I’m Ready"

Watch Sam Smith and Demi Lovato’s Video for New Song

Watch Sam Smith and Demi Lovato’s Video for New Song "I’m Ready"

"Here is my new single "I'm Ready".

The video is already one of this year's favorites and has become a great tribute to the gay community, featuring one of the most popular LGBT icons of recent times.

"I'm Ready" is the second official single from Sam Smith's new record material "To Die For", which so far has no release date, since the coronavirus had to be postponed from its original date, this month of April.

Sam Smith and Demi Lovato have teamed up for a new song.

At video's start, Sam Smith is found in the middle of a wrestling match before hitting the track for a literal drag race.

Lovato presides over a synchronised swimming event, wearing a power suit as a group of red corseted athletes dive into the water.

The video culminates with Smith and Lovato dressed in white, accepting their medals to the sound of a soaring gospel chorus. I'm just going to assume that I did because everything I've read completely pointed to that.

"I didn't get tested but I know I have it", Smith told Apple Music's Zane Lowe during a FaceTime interview, as reported by People. I don't want to sing my songs, I don't want to sing and film it, I just want to walk around the house and sing.' I started sitting in my living room singing along to backing tracks of old Corinne Bailey Rae tunes. And whenever I have those... "We created the song surrounded by love and happiness, and the outcome feels incredibly powerful, so I hope that right now, in this unsettling and sad time, this makes you smile". It nearly sounds a bit musical theater at times.

"I'm trying to own that because that is a genuine feeling that comes out sometimes in the studio and it's fun", they continue. "And it's fun. It's really fun to go to that place". "I think it's me saying that I'm going to reach and it's okay to play around and have these moments without feeling ashamed for being really pop".

'And then you get attached to guys, and then you're forming quarantine relationships over the phone, it's a risky path.it's just not going to work right now!'

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