Twitter Reacts To Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato’s Powerful “Fall In Line” Video

"This alone really shows how the media and the industry treat women."

Yesterday, Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato released the music video for their empowering feminist anthem “Fall in Line” and Twitter is here for it.

The Luke Gilford-directed video begins with a shot of two young girls resembling younger versions of Aguilera and Lovato playing in a peaceful field before being kidnapped by masked men, and taken to a dystopian-like prison where they are forced to perform. Eventually, the diva duo finds the strength to fight back and escape.

Music fans on Twitter couldn’t get enough of the video and tweeted their approval.

Even Fifth Harmony’s Lauren Jauregui chimed in.

“’Fall in Line'” is as much about supporting each other as it is about self-empowerment,” Aguilera wrote on Twitter. “I wanted to convey that in this video by visually representing the imprisonment that so many of us have felt, and the freedom we can achieve together.”

“[I’m] so proud to be a part of this powerful video,” Lovato tweeted. “The message of women supporting each other through their struggles is so important to me.”

The track will appear on Xtina’s forthcoming album, Liberation, out on June 15.

Lamar Dawson is a pop culture junkie living in Manhattan.
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