• Demi Lovato’s performance at Grammys was emotional
  • Everyone was astounded with Lovato’s “Anyone” performance
  • First time in 2 years, Lovato was able to sing on-stage
  • All were amazed and yes, that includes Selena Gomez
  • Lovato reportedly had no reaction to Gomez’ acclamation

Selena Gomez is an artist who definitely knows what an outstanding performance is. That’s why when Demi Lovato made her huge come-back by singing “Anyone” at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, Gomez was quick react, praising her friend’s stunning performance.

Demi Lovato -- in a stunning white Christian Siriano gown -- brought the Grammys audience to their feet with her raw performance
Demi Lovato is pictured performing at the 2020 Grammy Awards. AFP/Robyn Beck

Unfortunately, there was reportedly no response from the “Camp Rock” actress.

The surge of emotions during Lovato’s performance at the 2020 Grammy Awards on Jan. 26 was overwhelming. Many were awed and dumbfounded —amazed beyond words, if others may say— of how the “Eurovision” star delivered her piece on-stage.

Lovato described that night, on her Instagram post, as unbelievable. It was her first time to be back on-stage after 2 years. The “Anyone” singer further told her social media followers that her performance was emotional for her.

At the end of her post, she thanked everyone for their love, support and for sharing that moment with her.

Gomez, astonished by Lovato’s emotional performance of “Anyone,” immediately took it to Instagram and extended a complement to her “Princess Protection Program” co-star.

On her Instagram story, the “Lose You To Love Me” singer described Lovato’s “Anyone” performance as “beautiful, inspirational and deserved. She said she was happy for Lovato and finally, thanked her for her courage and bravery,” Glamour reported.

It wasn’t only Gomez. There were other artists who reportedly commended Lovato’s “Anyone” performance. Fast-forward to few hours later, she shared the praises of other musicians, like Christina Aguilera and Sam Smith on her Instagram story Apparently, Gomez’s comment was not there, Cheat Sheet reported.

Many were quick to speculate that Lovato was deliberately ignoring Gomez. Let us, however, not jump into conclusions right away. It could’ve been deliberately done or was just a mere inadvertence —we won’t know. The aforesaid news outlet, notwithstanding, pointed out that when Gomez posted her comments, Lovato was not tagged.

Needless to say, Lovato and Gomez used to be really close friends but like any other friendships, there will come a time when friends would have to part ways or outgrow each other. The former “Barney & Friends” co-stars reconciled a few years after their fall out.

Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez
Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez have remained friends since starring in “Barney & Friends” years ago. Pictured: Lovato, Gomez arrive at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on Aug. 28, 2011 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Christopher Polk

Some news surfaced that she wrote the song “Anyone” as her cry for help. The song was reportedly written by Lovato days before her overdose incident back in 2018. Elle reported that back in 2018 (just days after Lovato’s overdose), Gomez had an interview with the magazine’s Sept. 2018 issue involving the said incident, and she revealed that she reached out to her old friend.

Gomez reportedly said that she did not do stuff in public, instead the "Rare" singer opted to reach out to her personally.

Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato
Singer Demi Lovato (L) and actress Selena Gomez pose together as they arrive at the Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles August 7, 2011. REUTERS