During Lovato's "Cool for the Summer" performance, the singer took a stand against anti-LGBT bathroom laws by wearing a mesh shirt featuring a gender-inclusive bathroom symbol on the front. The GLAAD Vanguard Award-winner canceled concerts in North Carolina in response to the laws, calling the HB2 law "discriminatory" and "extremely disappointing" in a statement. Replicas of her shirt will be sold on her upcoming tour with proceeds set to benefit LGBT groups in North Carolina.
ET's Katie Krause caught up with Lovato on the red carpet where she teased her tour with Nick Jonas.
"We want it to be an experience rather than just a concert," she said. "So down to the smell of the arena, we want to make it incredible for our fans."
The 23-year-old said she'd been busy writing songs for a new album but kept mum on the details.
"I would love to keep people guessing," Lovato said.