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Demi Lovato Reflects on Sobriety and Breakups in Her New Documentary Trailer
11 October 2017, 10:41 | Israel Caldwell
I was not easy to work with' Demi confesses in the clip
Thankfully, today Demi has been five years sober, but that doesn't mean she didn't have "anxiety" about filming. Of course, Lovato fans know the general story: She was using frequently, and things hit a fever pitch when she punched a backup dancer.
Demi Lovato is an open book in her upcoming YouTube documentary.
"I was not easy to work with", Demi admits. "And that's the best I can do".
When does the old £1 coin expire?
He is among a number of shops, including Black Country-based Poundland where people will still be able to pay with the old coins. And bakery favourite Greggs will also accept the coins and have not yet decided when they will stop accepting the round pound.
Several people feature in the clip including Demi's personal development coach Mike Bayer who says "Demi was on a road to like, suicide". "I realize over the time we have shared together that I feel I care more about our friendship right now". When I feel confident, I feel sexy. "And when I feel sexy, watch out". Check out the trailer for Demi Lovato:Simply Complicated below. It was my choice to breakup, but I love her as a friend. Its lead single, "Sorry Not Sorry", has been certified platinum in the States, and is Demi's highest charting single to date in the U.S., peaking at number eight so far.
'If you're that curious about my sexuality, watch my documentary. The singer just released the first trailer for her documentary, Simply Complicated, and she gets refreshingly honest about her drug and alcohol abuse that lead to a stint in rehab.
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