I'm coming up on five-and-a-half years of sobriety. And multiple people, good friend Nick Jonas included, spoke about the 2010 incident where Demi punched one of her backup dancers and gave them a black eye.
Lovato's new documentary, Simply Complicated, premieres October 17 on YouTube. "And that's the best I can do". When she was 18 years old, the "Body Say" singer entered a rehab facility to seek treatment for several issues, including depression, self-harm, bulimia, and substance abuse.
"Just before the album release, the singer revealed the launch date for her documentary and tweeted, "#SimplyComplicated has been a long time in the making & is so special to me". From feeling at her most vulnerable to discovering her new found confidence, the personal documentary will show us every side of the vocal powerhouse. "Demi was on a road to, like, suicide". When I'm confident, I feel sexy. Check out the trailer for Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated below.
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"I had anxiety around this interview" she admits. The album charted at number five in the United Kingdom and number two on the Billboard Hot 100.
Watch Lovato discuss this in the first trailer for Simply Complicated, below. "If you're that curious about my sexuality, watch my documentary".