Demi Lovato talks Harvey devastation, Girl Up initiative on 'GMA'

The Texas native and singer reflects on Harvey damage and teaming up with Kate Hudson's Fabletics line.
5:08 | 09/05/17

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Transcript for Demi Lovato talks Harvey devastation, Girl Up initiative on 'GMA'
Give it up for demi. Thank you. I'm remembering just a few weeks ago you were here for our summer concert series. It was raining and it was like a music video and hit after hit that she sang and now she has a special empowerment campaign and she's going to tell us all about it. But first of all, bless you and thank you for the donations that you have made to Texas. I know that you grew up there. The money, the water bottles, just tell people how -- it's going to be a long haul. We cannot forget about what happened. We cannot forget about what's happened and I decided to partner with Joe and Nick Jonas and we all kind of developed a fund-raiser with the Houston food bank and we, yeah, we partnered together and also water, donated 50,000 water bottles to the cause so I'm really grateful for that and it's just important that we continue to keep Houston in our prayers and in our thoughts. And we will do that. We will certainly do that and I got to tell you, you know, when you're going through something like that, you need some outlets and the VMAs, you killed it. Thank you. Your performance on the red carpet. All of it. I mean how enjoyable was that for you? It was so much fun. The VMAs are always a blast. You know, you get to see people you know and love and the performances are always exciting and, you never know what people are going to wear on the red carpet so whenever you get the chance to, you know -- You brought it. You go big or go home. I know. That's how you do it. You are were always someone that makes it up with your routine and your fitness and you just reached a very cool milestone. Tell everybody about that. I did. I got a blue belt in jujitsu. All right. So I fell in love with Brazilian jujitsu about a year and a half ago and I've been training like two to three times a week ever since and so I just got my blue bell and I was so excited. It's a big accomplishment when you work so hard for something. It's definitely different than music. You are a hard worker. No matter what it is, I just have such admiration for how you carry yourself. Thank you. And you will you do and this new -- you're going again with fabletics. Yes, I am. Tell us about it. So I have a line with fabletics and we have the lovely models over here that are wearing the clothes. Has a special message, doesn't it? Doesn't it have a cause to it. A portion of the proceeds go to girl up which is an organization that is all about women empower many and girl empowerment so we're very excited about it. Girl up. Come on. Let's see. Girl up. Can you all stand so we can see you. Priyanka, can you tell us what this -- you all can stand together. What this program has meant to you. Yeah, absolutely. I think girl up has really empowered me to understand what we can do as young women to empower girls all around the world. With things as simple as education and health and safety and we're so excited that fabletics is benefiting the school cycle program which is going to help girls in Malawi get bikes so they can get to school. Wonderful. Looks good too. You're ready to work out with it. If do you that you could put on some demi Lovato music. You've got new music that's coming out, right? I do. What were you working on? I do. Tell us about it. I'm very excited because I'm coming out with my new album on September 29th called "Tell me you love me." Yes, she's excited. But I'm very, very excited right now. I've got a song out called "Sorry not sorry" and it's doing well and I'm happy with that and another song called "Tell me you love me" that you get when you preorder the album. Wonderful. "Sorry not sorry." How many types do we say sorry not sorry. You are surrounded. You have fans back there as well. Such a good feeling to foe, demi, in all seriousness, you know, the journey you've had and that people look to you and they're so thankful and draw something from you. What do you think it is about you that makes them feel better about they willsomes and making them feel they can accomplish whatever want to. I think when you're open with people it leaves them to be able to relate to you and when, you know, people have somebody to look to to relate to when they're going through the same things that maybe you have or other people have gone through, just to know that you can overcome it is very helpful and so that's why I decided to be so open with my story. Yeah, well, you are an overcomer and I got to tell you, thank you so much. So proud of this woman. Demi's album "Tell me you love

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