Did Demi Lovato Diss Ariana Grande at MLB All-Star Concert?

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Demi Lovato was quick to defend one of her song choices at the MLB All-Star Game concert on Saturday, after many accused her of throwing shade at Ariana Grande, who she replaced at the event.

Demi sang her patriotic tune "Made In the USA," and many thought she was getting a dig in at Ariana, who was recently captured on video licking donuts and saying she hates America.

Turns out Demi wanted to sing "Made In the USA" because she missed the chance on the 4th of July, when she was busy singing her new song, "Cool For the Summer."

Before performing "Made In the USA," she told the crowd: "I know it's a little late, but I didn't get to sing this on the Fourth of July...How many of you are proud to be an American?"

Demi took to Twitter to shoot down any rumors that she was performing it as a slam on Ari, telling the haters: "Didn't get to sing Made in the USA on the 4th because I was singing #COOLFORTHESUMMER. No shade – stop the bulls**t." She added, "ALSO – I ALWAYS ask that when I sing that song. Can't yall let a girl shine for one night? Smh."

You heard her – let the girl shine! There was no shade thrown and no feud is brewing between Demi and Ari. {Insert eyeroll here}
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