Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato tells her truth in the shocking documentary Dancing With the Devil

The 28-year-old singer is willing to tell all the details about her 2018 overdose, which almost led to death, in a shocking documentary that will premiere on March 23rd. Keep reading to see the full trailer and find out more.

  • Demetria Devonne Lovato rose to fame at the age of 10 when she was cast in the role of Angela on the show Barney and Friends.
  • She later got the lead role in the 2008 Disney Channel movie "Camp Rock" and that catapulted her to world fame.
  • After six albums and an estimated net worth of $40 million, not all that glitters is gold and we will find out the details of her struggle in the new documentary Dancing With the Devil on March 23rd, 2021.
Demi Lovato in "DWTD".

On February 17th, Demi Lovato took to her social media to announce the release date of her new DWTD documentary and share the trailer for this autobiographical project

that intends to tell in-depth about the events that led to her 2018 overdose and how she managed to recover from such a serious episode.

It is public knowledge that the 28-year-old singer has had a struggle with substance abuse and also with eating disorders.

Demi Lovato partying hard.

The truth is that these problems are unfortunately recurrent in celebrities who rose to fame at a young age.

While some manage to overcome the bump, like Demi or Justin Bieber, others get stuck in the problem like Britney Spears or Lindsay Lohan.

Fortunately for Lovato, she was able to overcome her dark stage and today she is sober and healthy. The Dancing With The Devil trailer is quite shocking.

Demi Lovato in Barney and Friends.

Through it, we have learned that the singer of "Ok Not To Be Ok" suffered a heart attack while she was in the hospital and that she had sequelae from her overdose, such as brain damage.

It is astounding to know that she cannot actually drive a car because she has blind spots in her vision or that for a long time she was unable to read from a book due to blurred vision.

Perhaps this documentary, which features interviews with stars like Elton John and Christina Aguilera, manages not only to capture Demi's story of self-improvement but is also a call to young people to pay attention,

to think before acting, and to be responsible at substance use.

Screenshot from Demi Lovato's Instagram post.

The artist has received countless messages of support from colleagues in the music industry

such as Noah Cyrus, who commented that she has never been so proud of someone. Ouch Miley!

March 23 come soon! Meanwhile, enjoy the DWTD trailer below.

Kelsey Miller

Certified English teacher by the University of Cambridge. Wine enjoyer, writing lover and cute Hollywood actors expert.+ info

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