Demi Lovato returns with the inspirational anthem, 'I Love Me'

The empowering single has arrived a few weeks after Lovato debuted the heartfelt ballad, "Anyone," at the 62nd edition of the Grammy Awards.

"Couldn't keep it a secret any longer!!! My new single #ILoveMe is out on Friday [March 6]," the 27-year-old vocalist announced on Instagram, also revealing the song's official artwork.

As promised, Lovato has now unveiled the accompanying visual for "I Love Me," in which she alludes to her newfound resilience and self-acceptance after overcoming a drug overdose in July 2018.

The flamboyant video shows the "Cool for the Summer" star battling several versions of herself, as she sings "I'm guilty 'bout everything that I eat (Every single day)/ Feelin' myself is a felony/ Jedi level sabotage/ Voices in my head make up my entourage."

During a recent appearance on "The Ellen Show," Lovato opened up about the inspiration behind "I Love Me" and her forthcoming seventh studio album.

"This song is fun and light-hearted. There's a positive, upbeat message. There are songs on the album that are ugly-honest and heavy. Songs that will make you cry and take you there. I'm so excited," she told host Ellen DeGeneres, without revealing when the long-awaited follow-up to 2017's "Tell Me You Love Me" will arrive.

The multiple Teen Choice Award-winner also discussed her road to recovery following her relapse into addiction after six years of sobriety, which resulted from an untreated eating disorder and a controlling relationship with her former management team.

"It was my actions that put me in the position that I'm in. And I think it's so important that I sit here on this stage and tell you at home or you in the audience or you right here that if you do go through this, you yourself can get through it," she added.

Last February, Lovato performed the National Anthem at the Super Bowl LIV, while sound artist Christine Sun Kim delivered her own rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" in American Sign Language from nearby on stage.

While waiting for Lovato's new studio opus, discover the accompanying music video for "I Love Me":