Queen Demi’s back ya’ll
Demi Lovato is once again teaming up with YouTube for a four-part docu-series!! This time about Demi’s personal and musical evolution over the past three years. Demi Lovato has proven herself to be a warrior amid the trials and tribulations she’s gone throughout her entire career.
She’s also been known to be an advocate for mental health due to her history with depression, addiction, and bipolar disorder for years. The fans will get much more insight into her struggles with the release of her 2017 YouTube docuseries “Simply Complicated.”
The hour and 18 minute-long short film take fans into Demi’s most personal confessions. From her rise to fame to the complications with eating disorders, drugs, and alcohol that almost ended it all. Many fans thought the 2017 docuseries was Demi’s comeback as she appeared to have conquered her addiction. However, she tragically relapsed in July of 2018 and overdosed in her Hollywood Hills home.
Demi appears more ready than ever to share her story about the struggles she endured in the currently untitled series. According to YouTube, the series will follow Demi returning to show fans her personal and musical journey. This will likely be similar to the 10-part Justin Bieber: Seasons docu-series.
Demi has since spoken out about her relapse during a March 2020 appearance on The Ellen Show. There she revealed that over time as the things with the eating disorder was getting bad, over the years it progressively got worse.It led her to being really, really unhappy.
My bulimia got really bad.” She then said. QUOTE, “I asked for help and I didn’t receive the help that I needed. So here I am, sober, and I’m thinking to myself, ‘I’m six years sober but I’m miserable. I’m even more miserable than when I was drinking, why am I sober?’” Needless to say, fans are eager to hear what Demi has to say about her recovery in the follow-up to “Simply Complicated.” One user wrote, “I can’t wait.
Demi to spill some major tea
I really wanna hear a follow-up story to this. I know she must’ve struggled a lot over the past couple years and she has a lot on her chest to discuss.” Another fan tweeted, “Hate her all you want. We finally get to know the truth, what drove her to such a dark place and how she’s handling those demons now.
This is so important for her and for the people that look up to her. Lovatics are mostly looking forward to the fact that the quote, “rats”.Which hurt Demi so much, will finally be out for the world to see. A fan wrote, “ The world wants to know why 2018 happened. Demi is gonna dive into it and expose the rats who emotionally abused her into a relapse! We love to see it.”
Just as Demi also opened about her breakup with long time boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama in “Simply Complicated”. There’s a strong possibility she may open up about how her relationship with musician Max Ehrich grew. Although they were secretive about their relationship in the beginning, Demi has started opening up about it. She recently shared a sweet birthday message for her new beau.
Living her best life
She shared a slideshow of photos of some of their sweetest moments, including a lengthy tribute to Max. It read, “Being with you makes life SO MUCH FUN. We literally act like hooligans daily and don’t give a F*** if we’re embarrassing ourselves if others are around!! . You’re also such a positive lil beam of light in my life and I can’t wait to make more birthday memories together.” The Demi Lovato project is part of YouTube’s strategy to roll out new content, including music, celebrity and creator-focused originals.
In addition to Demi’s docuseries, YouTube has also renewed four original projects featuring well-known talent, including James Charles’“Instant Influencer,” “The Creator Games Presented by MrBeast,” a sequel to the interactive series “A Heist With Markiplier,” and “Retro Tech” hosted by Marques Brownlee. There is still no word on when Demi’s series will be released, but we will be sure to keep you updated as new details are revealed.