Demi Lovato has thanked her fans and discussed how hands-on she is with creating music videos after being given no less than three VEVO Certified awards in one go.
The X Factor USA judge was given trophies after the clips for her songs 'Heart Attack', 'Give Your Heart A Break' and 'Skyscraper' all passed the 100 million views barrier.
'Heart Attack', released in April, has had 122.9 million spins, while 'Skyscraper' has had 103.5 million and 'Give Your Heart A Break' has been watched 102.9 million times.
Demi Lovato in her 'Heart Attack' music video (YouTube)
Speaking in a specially-recorded interview she said: "Thank you guys so much. This means so much more to me than any of you can imagine. It's a dream come true so thank you so much.
"In 2013 it's really important that an artist has a good grasp on making videos, because everything's on the internet now. Often-times the music video can make or break a song... I'm always involved in the treatments and everything."
Recalling her first ever experience of a vid, she said: "My first music video was Get Back. That experience was very very exciting for me. It was my music and I was 16... I had so much fun with that."
Demi helped to direct the video for her latest single 'Made In The USA' but - perhaps because she barely features in it - that song is considerably behind her other offerings, with 28 million views in the two months it has been available to watch.
Opening up about the process, she explained: "Almost every single music video has not been exactly what I wanted. I become a perfectionist with it."
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