Prominent American singer and actress Demi Lovato has been in the headlines for her upcoming documentary series Dancing With The Devil.
The much-hyped docuseries will feature the Sorry Not Sorry singer’s life and career events. She has also said that the documentary will tell her fans about what happened during the summer of 2018 when she overdosed.
The star performer, who recently made an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres show, for Monday episode, revealed that she hopes Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil will help people see that anyone, including your role models, can overcome their “deepest darkest struggles.”
As the ET Canada reported that show’s host DeGeneres has also lauded Lovato for being so honest and down to earth.
“The world has been so loving and accepting of me telling my story,” Lovato said.
Dancing With The Devil is a four-part YouTube special, directed by Michael D. Ratner. It reflects on the time when Lovato overdosed in July 2018 after a reported mix of oxycodone and fentanyl. The docuseries will be released on March 23.
She recently revealed that, “I was left with brain damage, and I still deal with that today. I don’t drive a car due to blind spots with my vision and I had a really hard time reading and the experience left her with three strokes, a heart attack and my doctors saying I had five to ten minutes."
Watch the trailer here.