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Demi Lovato and Marshmello's "OK Not to Be OK" Music Video

Demi Lovato and Her Teenage Lookalike Remind Us It's "OK Not to Be OK" in Her Music Video

Demi Lovato and Marshmello have finally dropped the music video for their highly anticipated collaboration, "OK Not to Be OK." Released on National Suicide Prevention Day, the uplifting track is aimed at raising mental health awareness, reminding listeners that they're not alone when feeling "down" and "ashamed." Both Lovato and Marshmello star in the video alongside younger versions of themselves, all appearing in '90s-inspired suburban settings. The casting of Lovato's teenage self is pretty darn spot-on — as soon as we caught a glimpse at her (and those bangs!), we immediately got Mitchie Torres from Camp Rock vibes. Watch the uplifting music video above to hear the meaningful lyrics and see all the nostalgic decor in Lovato's room.

If you aren't feeling great and you need to talk to someone, remember: you are not alone. There are people just on the other side of the phone waiting to speak to you — just call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636.

Demi Lovato and Her Teenage Lookalike Remind Us It's "OK Not to Be OK" in Her Music Video  originally posted on POPSUGAR Entertainment
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