Demi Lovato will openly talk about her near-deadle overdose and drug addiction in her upcoming documentary series Dancing with the Devil.
The ostensibly four-part series will premiere on the 28-year-old pop star’s YouTube channel on March 23 with two full-episodes for free.
“It’s been two years when I came face to face with the darkest point of my life and now I’m ready to share my story with the world,” Lavetto said in a press conference released on Wednesday.
Opening: Demi Lovato will openly talk about her near fatal overdoses and is struggling against drug addiction in her upcoming documentary series Dancing with the Devil.
‘For the first time, you will be able to see my struggle and ongoing healing from my point of view.
Demi concludes, ‘I am grateful that I was able to take this journey to face my past and finally share it with the world.’
According to Rolling Stone, the final two episodes of Dancing with the Devil will be released weekly on the next two Tuesdays.
Director michael d. Ratner reported that filming for Dancing with the Devil began in 2018 during Lovato’s Tell Me You Love Me World Tour, which ended abruptly in July of that year.
On July 24, two days before she was scheduled to take the stage in New Jersey, Demi was taken to a Los Angeles area hospital after suffering an opioid overdose.
In a press conference released on Wednesday, Lovovat said that her story: ‘It’s been two years, when I came face to face with the darkest point of my life and now I am ready to share my story with the world.’ Demi picture in 2018
The Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed to Rolling Stone that it had responded to a medical emergency call at 11:22 a.m. at the Hollywood Hills home in Lovato.
A source told TMZ that when paramedics arrived at Demi’s residence, they went inside where she was found unconscious.
Paramedics on the scene administered naloxone, a drug designed to treat alcoholic overdoses before the hospital moved Lovato to a nearby hospital, according to NBC.
TMZ also reported at the time that the actress with Sunny with a Chance was ‘celebrating a friend’s birthday in West Hollywood’.
coming soon! The ostensibly four-part series will premiere on the 28-year-old pop star’s YouTube channel for free on March 23 with two full-length episodes; Demi gave the series director Michael D. Pictured with Ratner
Representatives of Lovato issued a statement to Variety on 25 July confirming that Demi had not committed suicide for her overdose and that she was surrounded by her closest loved ones, possibly in the hospital.
‘Demi is awake and with her family who wants to express thanks to everyone for the love, prayers and support,’ it began.
The statement also suggested that ‘some information is being reported [was] Wrong, ‘which was a direct reference to claiming that Demi had purchased heroin.
“They respectfully ask for privacy and not speculate because their health and recovery is of paramount importance right now.”
Long in the making: Rattner explained that Dancing with the Devil debuted in 2018 during Lovato’s Tell Me You Love Me World Tour, which ended abruptly in July of that year; Demi picture in March 2018
Overdose: On July 24, just two days before he was set to take the stage in New Jersey, Demi was taken to a Los Angeles area hospital after suffering an opioid overdose; Demi picture in 2020
A month before her overdose, Disney Channel Alum released her emotional ballad somber, with lyrics for the song suggesting she had left.
In March of that year, Demi had celebrated six years of happiness, after admitted alcohol and cocaine abuse.
Demi’s four-part documentary ‘Lovato’, partnered with Devil, has an honest look at some of the most trying times in her life as she discovers her former trauma and the importance of her physical, emotional and mental health Tells her.
In his own statement, Rattner praised Lovato’s’ desire to explore the deepest elements of his life ‘and said that his rawness would’ leave the audience with a full understanding of everything he did and ultimately he would Where are you going? ‘
Sobar: A month before its overdose, Disney Channel Alum released its emotional ballad Sobar, with lyrics that suggested it had relapsed.
‘Demi stands for empowerment, and this documentary is going to answer the many questions that provide a real window into the life of one of the world’s biggest stars, who is simply a human being.’
Lovato proudly announced on his official Instagram page on Tuesday, announcing Devil with the Devil: ‘A lot has happened that I want to say, but I knew I had to say it right.’
He incorporated a static image of himself with a steady expression, taken during the economic part of the documentary series.
Demi continued: ‘Thank you to my family, friends and fans on my behalf as long as I keep learning and growing. I am very excited to share this story with you at the end which I have held for the last 2 years. #DemiDWTD Coming Soon! ‘
Some insights: Although the documentary is expected to give fans a clear understanding of Demi’s ongoing struggle with drug addiction and mental health, the star provided some insight during an interview with Ellen DeGeners last year; Demi picture in March 2020
For the first time: She told the 62-year-old talk show host that she became somber for the first time [she] Was 19, which was an age [she] Shouldn’t drink at all ‘; Demi and Ellen featured in March 2020
Although the documentary is expected to give fans a clear understanding of the ongoing struggle with drug addiction and mental health, the star provided some insight during an interview with Ellen DeGeners last year.
She told the 62-year-old talk show host that she first became somber [she] Was 19, which was an age [she] Didn’t want to drink alcohol at all. ‘
“I got help at the time and I adopted a” one size fits all “approach and that was just kind of restrained,” Lovovato said.
‘It inspired me to be really, really sad … I asked for help, but I didn’t get the help I needed.’
Demi admitted that although she was ‘six years somber’ in March of 2018, she was more pathetic than when [she] Was drinking ‘
Unhappy: Demi admitted that although she was ‘six years somber’ in March of 2018, she was more pathetic then [she] Was drinking ‘; Demi picture in 2020