At the 27th Annual GLAAD Media Awards, Demi Lovato will be front and center. The pop singer and actress will receive the Vanguard Award for promoting equality and acceptance of the LGBT community.
The "Cool for the Summer" singer will join the celebrated ranks of recognized LGBT advocates including Kerry Washington, Kristin Chenoweth, and Kathy Griffin. The singer cites her gay grandfather as the inspiration and driving force behind her advocacy, and has been a regular at Pride festivals for years.
The music video for "Really Don't Care" was filmed at L.A. Pride and the messages in that video clearly celebrate the LGBT community. Lovato also guest starred on FOX's Glee as Dani, a lesbian love interest for Naya Rivera during the show's fifth season.
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The singer/actress/songwriter is currently preparing for a summer tour with Nick Jonas--Future Now: The Tour--and will voice characters in two upcoming animated features. She'll lend her smoky voice to the lead character in Charming and follow Katy Perry's lead and voice Smurfette in 2017's Smurfs: The Lost Village.
This year's awards show marks the first time in nearly a decade that the GLAAD Media Awards will be broadcast on television. Tune into Logo on April 4th at 10pm.
Here's Demi's "Really Don't Care" video for reference: