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Demi Lovato on Cher Lloyd duet: "She fit perfectly on that song"

Demi Lovato has discussed how her collaboration with Cher Lloyd came about.

The pair recently teamed up for the track 'Really Don't Care', which features on the X Factor USA judge's new album 'DEMI'.

Speaking to MTV, Lovato said that her family helped raise the idea of working with the British singer - and it was something she wholeheartedly agreed with. The star said:

"Well first of all, my mom loves Cher Lloyd and my little sister loves Cher Lloyd. And I love her too. She has so much sass and attitude. They were really wanting me to do a duet with her. And so I was thinking who else would be more fun to do a collaboration with than a powerful, sassy attitude-filled girl? And there's just nobody else out there. She fit perfectly on that song."

Lovato added that X Factor colleague LA Reid - whose label signed Lloyd in the US - helped sort out the collaboration.

The singer and Lloyd meanwhile recently performed 'Really Don't Care' live in Mansfield, Massachusetts.





Watch Lovato and Lloyd perform live together below: