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Lovato Rocks it in Cincinnati for the MLB All-Star Game Concert

Pop star Demi Lovato––replacing Ariana Grande following a bit of controversy earlier in the week––rocked out on Saturday at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio for the Major League Baseball All-Star Game concert. The festivities continue in Cincy today (MLB…

Pop star Demi Lovato––replacing Ariana Grande following a bit of controversy earlier in the week––rocked out on Saturday at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio for the Major League Baseball All-Star Game concert.

The festivities continue in Cincy today (MLB Futures Game), tomorrow (Home Run Derby) and Tuesday night (All-Star Game), but Demi’s work is done after crushing it on stage yesterday.

Demi performed a few of her hits, including “Made in the USA” (apparently it wasn’t a shot at Ariana, despite a video leaking this week of Ariana saying she “hates America” while in a doughnut shop), “Neon Lights” and her brand-new hit single “Cool for the Summer.” Approximately 30,000 people attended the Lovato concert. Not a bad showing, huh?

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Photo: Duane Prokop/Getty Images

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