Demi Lovato to tackle past traumas in her new documentary Dancing with the Devil

Demi Lovato has announced details of her upcoming tell-all documentary Dancing with the Devil.

The Camp Rock legend, 28, will be releasing the YouTube Originals documentary series in March and address some of her recent troubles.

Demi tweeted: “There has been so much that I’ve wanted to say, but knew I had to say it right. DEMI LOVATO: DANCING WITH THE DEVIL will be streaming free on @YouTube starting March 23rd [hearts emoji]”.

She added: “Thank you to my family, friends, and fans for staying by my side over the years as I learn and grow.

“I’m so excited to finally share this story with you that I’ve held on to for the last 2 years. #DemiDWTD coming soon!”

Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato has announced the release of a new enlightening documentary that will see her address past traumas

The press release for the series describes it as “an honest look back at some of the most trying times in Lovato’s life as she unearths her prior traumas and discovers the importance of her physical, emotional, and mental health.”

These traumas likely refer to Lovato’s near-fatal overdose back in 2018.

Demi went on to speak out on World Suicide Prevention Day in September last year.

Demi Lovato tweets about her documentary
Demi Lovato has spoken of her excitement to share her new documentary on social media

The Cool for the Summer singer said: “Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. Since a young age I’ve dealt with suicidal thoughts and depression.

“I’ve been very vocal in raising the awareness of mental health because it is possible to see the light when you start the work on yourself.”

She added: “I’m living proof that you never have to give in to those thoughts.

“I’ve had many days where I’ve struggled but please let this song be an anthem to anyone who needs it right now. You can get through whatever it is you’re going through.”

Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato previously spoke out on World Suicide Prevention Day last year

Demi signed off: “My hope is that you’ll read these slides and share them with your friends and family.

“Take care of yourself, and listen to your loved ones. Remember, It’s Ok Not To Be Ok.”

The singer also released a song entitled OK Not To Be OK last year.

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