Demi Lovato Wants to Become a “Role Model” Thanks to Her Story of Overcoming

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The singer Demi Lovato is about to premiere on YouTube what, without a doubt, is the most transparent and crude documentary of her entire extensive career in the public eye. And it is that “Demi Lovato: Dancing with the devil” will narrate in the first person and without skimping on details the long ordeal that the artist has gone through at all levels since, in July 2018, she suffered that overdose that almost cost her life and that, in his own words, has left him with significant brain damage.

 

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The purpose that the artist has set for herself by sharing with her followers and public opinion the most difficult, painful, and complex chapter of her existence – as she herself has assured while passing through the Ellen DeGeneres program – lies in showing the youngest people, explicitly and without hot packs, the most destructive effect of addictions and the profound damage they can do both physically and psychologically. From a more positive perspective, Demi also wants to make those who struggle with dependency aware of the need to keep fighting and never give up.

 

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“I wanted to make things clear and show my true reality. A lot of stories have been told, especially at that time when I was not there to deny them, that they were not true and that they came from misunderstandings or third parties without knowledge of the matter. Basically, with this documentary I want to tell the world: ‘Look, this is what happened, that’s how I managed to overcome it and I want to share my experience with you in case it helps you,’ “ explained the former Disney star in conversation with the American presenter. To which he has also confessed his desire that his moments of adversity end up turning him into a “role model”.

 

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“I talk a lot about my internal struggles, those darkest and deepest moments. And I think we live in a time when no one is perfect, so we are not going to find role models in people who have never made mistakes. In my opinion, we are going to find our role models in those who have managed to overcome their most difficult bumps, and it is that part of the road that I want to teach, “he said.

 

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