“X Factor” judge Demi Lovato must have been seething for attention when she posted a faux nude photo to her Twitter account.

The “Skyscraper” singer briefly posed as a hacker to her own account and asked her 10.7 million followers if they wanted to “see Demi naked.”

Soon after asking the question she posted the prank “nude” photo to her account.

"Demi's twitter is hacked," she wrote. "#hacked. Want to see Demi naked? Here it is..."

Fans of the 20-year old probably began to fall apart at the seams when the realized they might be getting a glimpse of the young starlet naked, but they were sorely disappointed when they clicked on the link and saw that Lovato had posted her head on top of a naked Barbie doll in a poorly executed Photoshopped manner.

"BAHAHAHAHA!!! Gotcha ;) hehehe," she joked after posting the photo.

"Hahahahahahhaha I'm sorry y'all... But I had to... GOTCHA!! love you all. Goodnight!!"

Lovato might have been lucky enough to actually get away without her Twitter account or phone being hacked for real, but not so many celebrities have been able to have the same fortune. 

Pictures of Scarlett Johansson went viral when a hacker broke into her phone. Two intimate pictures of the actress posing nude from the front and back were posted to the web.

“Mad Men” star Christina Hendricks also was a victim of hacking after her privacy was violated. Multiple pictures of the boxum redhead went viral and though she admitted that some of the photos were of her, she maintained that the topless photo was someone else’s chest.

MTV’s Snooki, Paramore’s Hayley Williams, Paris Hilton, pop star Ke$ha, “The Newsroom’s” Olivia Munn, Kanye West, Chris Brown, Rihanna, “2 Broke Girls” Kat Dennings, Prince Harry and famously Vanessa Hudgens all have nude pictorials floating around the web.

It almost seems a little insensitive that Lovato would play such a prank; that, or a desperate cry for attention.