Demi Lovato reveals publicly for the first time details about the near-fatal incident in “Demi Lovato: Dancing With the Devil,” a four-part docuseries debuting 23rd March on YouTube Originals. In the trailer, Lovato says doctors told her family she had five to 10 minutes to live.
Lovato has shared her private struggles before, in a 2012 MTV documentary and in a 2017 YouTube documentary in which she said she was still dealing with alcohol and cocaine addictions after undergoing further rehab. She said speaking publicly on those programs provided her with the accountability that kept her sober for six years until her relapse in 2018.
“My purpose in putting this out is to help people who have been on the same path as I have. I wanted to set the record straight, and I wanted to reveal it all for my fans.” She said.
Lovato’s family, as well as Elton John and Christina Aguilera, are among those interviewed in the documentary. In the third segment, Lovato discusses past traumas in her life.
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Lovato doesn’t relate to artists who claim they are most creative when they are in a dark place or using drugs. “I feel like the best work that I make is when I’m present and when I am aware of what’s going on in my life,” she said. “That’s when the truth just flows out of me. As long as I continue to tell my truth, I’m going to make music that resonates with people.”
Lovato re-launched her singing career at last year’s Grammy Awards and sang the national anthem at the 2020 Super Bowl before the coronavirus pandemic took hold. Last month, Lovato sang on a TV special marking President Joe Biden’s inauguration.
Despite her near-death experience, Lovato wouldn’t change what happened to her. “Everything had to happen in order for me to learn the lessons that I learned. I look back and sometimes I get sad when I think of the pain that I had to endure to overcome what I have. I’m so proud of the person that I am today. One of the main reasons I’m coming forward is so I never have to live that life again.” she said.
Watch the trailer of “Demi Lovato: Dancing With the Devil”
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