Singer Demi Lovato shares her tumultuous trajectory with childhood trauma and illicit substance addiction, through her new documentary “Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil”.
And to celebrate the debut of the production, available for free on her official YouTube channel, the artist became the highlight of the latest edition of EW magazine, stamping the cover of the publication.
Produced by YouTube, the production had its world premiere at the South by Southwest Festival and is now available on the singer’s official account – with subtitles in Portuguese. The third and fourth parts of production will launch in the next two weeks.
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Check out the official synopsis:
Demi Lovato is not hiding anything in this gripping four-part documentary, which explores the aspects that led to the overdose that nearly cost her his life in 2018, and the wake-up call that followed. Director Michael D. Ratner has had unprecedented access to the star’s personal and musical journey during the most difficult time of his life, as he reveals old traumas and discovers the importance of his physical health, emotional and mental. Much more than an analysis that goes beyond the surface of fame, it is an intimate portrait of addiction and the process of healing and empowerment.
Michael D. Ratner takes charge of “Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil”.
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