Lil’ Romeo Remixes Demi Lovato’s “Skyscraper;” Proposes Marriage & A $50 Million Wedding!
Centuries ago Shakespeare’s Romeo wooed Juliet by pledging his undying love outside of her balcony and whispering such perfectly poetic verses of affection like “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night.” Fast forward to 2011 and our version of Romeo has decided to pledge his love via viral video with smooth one liners like, “Once you go black, you don’t go back.” Times have truly changed.
Romeo Miller, 22, knows how to think outside the box. After meeting Demi Lovato three years ago before she was famous at DisneyLand, the rapper admits he was immediately enamored by the singer’s smile. Although they exchanged numbers, nothing ever happened. The Jumping The Broom actor decided to change all that recently when he got into a friendly conversation on the street with the cameramen at RumorFix.
“Demi Lovato, if you see this, this is me proposing to you right now,” Romeo pleaded. “I don’t got the ring, but that’s nothing. You know, I listen to Beyonce’s song, when she said ‘put a ring on it,’ so I got you!”
After mentioning that he had just Tweeted Demi, as well, to make it “official,” Romeo’s proposal continued. “So, Demi, if you’re ready, we’ll have the craziest wedding,” the Dancing With The Stars alum added. “And that’s all I’ve got to say, a $50 million wedding. If I get the right chick, it’s worth it, right? We got a few toys at the house. We’ll have the best wedding. I’ll keep her out of trouble…That’s all that matters. She needs a strong, solid man.”
A few days later, Romeo decided to go one step further and remix Demi’s song “Skyscraper,” but not before adding some key lyrics. The remix opens with Romeo rhyming, “I would give it all just so she could wear my wedding ring. I never wanna see her cry again. I’ll be there when you need me though. And I know they call me Romeo but I swear this is no video.”
Watch Romeo’s proposal and listen to his remix and the original video for “Skyscraper” below. Would you marry a guy that asked you over Twitter? What if he promised you a $50 million wedding?