Demi Lovato regrets doing documentaries about herself


Demi Lovato recently opened up about her regrets about documenting her life story when she was 20 years old.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Demi Lovato shares her regrets about filming documentaries in her 20s

Demi Lovato turned 30 a few days ago on August 20. But before stepping into the new milestone, the singer sat down with Alternative Press to reminisce about her 20s.

She went on to reflect and be honest about her life during that decade. The interview was published on August 22.

Additionally, during the interview, the Sorry Not Sorry artist shared her regrets about putting her life story on screen.

She said: “Honestly, I’m really sick of looking at myself and I think other people probably are too.”

She added: “And if not, they can watch my music videos.”

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The Heart Attack hitmaker mentioned: ‘I wish I’d waited until I had my s*ito figured out more because it’s set in stone now.’

In addition, she claimed, ‘Temperance is what works for me and nothing else.’

Lovato continued, telling the paper: ‘My story is not finished, so I want to be able to say when I write the book, ‘OK, this is me as an adult.’

The 30-year-old former Disney star is currently preparing to release her eighth studio album, titled ‘Holy Fvck.’

In addition, she added: “I am in a new chapter of my life. I want my music to reflect that.”

More on Demi Lovato’s previous documentaries

Demi Lovato has released three documentaries in the last ten years.

In 2012, she dropped the first documentary titled Demi Lovato: Stay Strong. She later released her second documentary titled Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated in 2017. It discussed her struggles with mental health and substance abuse.

Regardless, the Skyscraper singer recently released her docu-series titled Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil in 2021.

The documentary covered Lovato’s near-fatal drug overdose in 2018. She suffered a heart attack, multiple strokes and brain damage during the incident.

In addition, the ultra-raw film dealt with the events that led Lovato to develop serious health problems.

However, they also shared her subsequent journey to recovery, when she gave up substances and went to rehab.

The series went on to detail other traumas and incidents the pop star suffered. This included the time she was sexually assaulted as a teenager.


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