Transcript for 'GMA' Musical.ly Challenge Contest Finalists Revealed
here, Cameron and Lauren and they have the ultimate assignment. They had to make a musical.ly to demi Lovato's "Confident" right here in New York City for the chance to win tickets to one of her concerts on her future now tour with nick Jonas but before we can show you their masterpieces let's first find out how they made the videos. âª our two musical.ly finalists took nyc by storm. Trying to get to the ceiling but nothing else. I think this "Hamilton" stage is really awesome. Reporter: Tasked with the ultimate challenge by superstar demi Lovato. âª Cool for the summer âª Send in your musical.ly to "Confident." âª What's wrong with being confident âª ? Because what's Wong with being confident? Reporter: 16-year-old Lauren Godwin from Houston, Texas. You bring the camera up and it shows the sky. Reporter: Wanted her video to pop. I was inspired to film it in times because of all the colors I was thinking it would just yell New York. Reporter: 17-year-old Cameron Mcleod from redwood city, California. I'm going to put my shoes on and do those turns so I land in a spot on Broadway. Reporter: Decided on the theater district as his backdrop. I'm a dancer and Broadway is a place that I want to be. I think that a really good story line can express a lot. Reporter: Of course, Lauren and cam Cameron are not going home without a fight. It's on. I'll make the most epic musical.ly ever. Yours has nothing on me. I'll win this. Reporter: Would will be called the winner of the most epic musical.ly challenge ever? Their final videos revealed now live. Good morning, America. Choo chmerkovskiy. Good morning, America. You both look very confident. See what I did there. Yeah. It's time to show the world your musical.lys. Audience, you'll vote by cheering and start with Lauren. Are you ready to do this? Yes, I'm so confident. You were born ready and confident, America. Let's roll her musical.ly. âª What's wrong with being what's wrong with being âª what's wrong with being confident âª âª uh-huh âª âª what's wrong with being what's wrong with being what's wrong with being confident âª All right. What did you guys think? Pretty good. Whoa! All right. Cameron, she just dropped the gauntlet. She set the bar. You feeling nervous at all. I'm pretty nervous but let's do this. Let's do this, he says. It's time. Show Cameron's musical.ly. âª What's wrong with being what's wrong with being what's wrong with being confident âª âª what's wrong with being what's wrong with being what's wrong with being confident âª âª uh-huh âª I don't know. What do you guys think? All right, all right, all right. Now it's finally time, audience. You're going to cheer and you're going to vote. We got our cheer-o-meter ready. Cheer now if you think it was Lauren. Wow. All right, all right, all right, all right. You got quite the applause. That's got to make you feel good. Yes. Amazing, all right, audience, now it's Cameron's turn. Cheer if you think it was Cameron. All right, all right, guys, that is really close. And I I have to go to our control room. They have to tell me who they think won because that was tight and I'm being told they're in a control room. Our "Gma" musical.ly challenge winner is -- Cameron is our winner! Cameron, Lauren, such a fantastic -- guess who's here to congratulate you. Demi Lovato. Thank you. Herself. Good to meet you. We have smiles all the way around. Cameron, Lauren, you did an unbelievable job. Got to come to New York to see demi Lovato right here in central park. Fantastic job. Everybody smiling here.
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