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Demi Lovato Flirting With a Hunk in 'Give Your Heart a Break' Video Teaser

March 24, 2012 (3:01 am) GMT
The 'Skyscraper' hitmaker shares a smile with a shirtless guy while peeking from behind a curtain in the official sneak peek to the upcoming music video.

An official teaser for 's upcoming "Give Your Heart a Break" music video has been released. It gives a glimpse at the former "" actress as she peeks from behind a curtain and smiles coyly to a shirtless man who holds the other end of the curtain.

" 'Give Your Heart a Break' isn't a song about having a broken heart. It's actually funny sometimes when people think that, because it has nothing to do with that," she explains. "This is a song about faith, it's a song about fighting for the one you love. It's about living in the moment, and mostly it's about believing you're worth falling for."

Being 19 years old but having "lived through more emotions" than someone twice her age is one of the reasons she sings about love so often. "Love goes right, love goes wrong. I've sung about loving someone so much that it takes your breath away. I've sung about the love you can find chasing your dreams and what it's like to finally achieve that," she shares.

"Give Your Heart a Break" is lifted from Lovato's third studio album "Unbroken". Its music video was directed by Justin Francis and will be unleashed in full on April 2 in North America before having its worldwide premiere the next day.



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