Demi Lovato Had ‘So Much Fun’ Filming Jonas Brothers’ ‘Bounce’ Video
‘We ended up shooting the music video one day before we all went to work,’ she says of the ‘Camp Rock 2’ moment.
Earlier this month, the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato took some time out of their busy “Camp Rock 2” shooting schedule to film their funny music video for the parody rap song “Bounce.” The video features the guys in various getups and wigs, rapping and singing with Lovato.
When MTV News caught up with her on the set of the video for her single “Remember December,” she explained that the idea was all Nick’s. “I think a lot of you guys out there heard about the music video out there, ‘Bounce,’ ” she shared about her favorite “Camp Rock 2” moment. “One day Nick [Jonas] came up to me on set like, ‘Yo, I got this new song. I have a beat to it and it’s really sick.’ ”
She was initially apprehensive about the song, not realizing it was meant to be funny and that Nick didn’t intend for it to be serious. “I was like, ‘Oh, OK, good — ’cause I was about to say something,’ ” she joked.
Demi and all three Jonas Brothers then decided to shoot a video for the song. “We ended up shooting the music video one day before we all went to work,” she said. “It was just so much fun. It was incredible.”
However, this might not be the last you see of “Bounce” — Demi teases there may be more installments in the future. “I had so much fun doing that,” she said. “Maybe you should watch out for the sequel.”