The former Disney starlet has to deal with the serious consequences of her 2018 overdose.
Health problems for the singer, who nearly died five years ago.
A drug overdose, which also led to three strokes and a heart attack, changed Demi Lovato’s life forever.
“I have problems with sight and hearing. For example, I don’t drive today. Every time I look at something it has blind spots,” he said in an interview with Andy Cohen for his SiriusXM podcast.
Demi explained that the problems she faces help remind her every day of how she wants to live her life: “It’s a reminder to stay on track so that something like this doesn’t happen again. “
an experience that taught him a lot
The “Skyscraper” singer also reflected on how far she’s come since the accident, revealing what she’s learned from the traumatic experience. Demi said, “I wish someone had told me I was beautiful, because I didn’t believe it.” “And two, I wish someone had told me that if you sit with the pain, the pain will go away.”
During the interview, Demi was also asked who she would most like to work with. The star confessed that Kelly Clarkson tops her list. He joked, “We just have to find the right song.”
Demi’s new album, “Revamped,” will feature hits from her career, including “Cool for the Summer” and “Heart Attack” reworked as rock songs. The new album also includes a collaboration with Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash on the song “Sorry Not Sorry”.