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Demi Lovato loses voice in performance of 'Stone Cold'

That high note was stone cold.

But that’s okay, because Demi Lovato is a true performer.

The popular 25-year-old singer was on stage for a live performance of “Stone Cold” at an album party on Saturday, when her voice gave out on the lyric “if happy is her, I’m happy for you.”

Lovato is currently promoting her new work, “Tell Me You Love Me.”

As she hit the lyric, though, her voice stumbled and just completely gave out. Of course, the pop singer quickly grasped the severity of the situation.

“F–k,” she exclaimed with a smirk.

Demi Lovato arrives at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood, Calif., on Aug. 27, 2017. The singer’s voice cracked on stage last weekend, but she recovered nicely — and with a warm embrace from her fans.

Demi Lovato arrives at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood, Calif., on Aug. 27, 2017. The singer’s voice cracked on stage last weekend, but she recovered nicely — and with a warm embrace from her fans.

(Danny Moloshok/REUTERS)

This came after a second attempt to push through the high lyric.

“I don’t know what to do,” Lovato continued over the instrumentals.

Still, tweaking where she had to, Lovato continued onward with the final line of the song.

She lowered the chorus down an octave so that her voice would survive the mishap. And survive it did.

At the end of the song, Lovato simply shrugged her shoulders.

According to Entertainment Weekly, the singer later told radio host Elvis Duran, “That’s what we call not lip-syncing.”

Taking to Twitter, the star wrote, “Even when I lose my voice on stage my fans know how to keep me from being down.. thank you my Lovatics I love you.”

The message received upwards of 15,000 retweets.

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