Recently, Demi Lovato announced that she’s finally ready to discuss her nearly fatal overdose.
In fact, she revealed that she came closer to death than anyone realized.
Now, Demi is speaking outside of the trailer about why it’s so important for her to share her story.
She wants others to learn from her mistakes, even as it means delving into her darkest moments.
Demi Lovato spoke to Ellen DeGeneres, as you can see in this clip, about her upcoming docuseries.
“I talk about a lot [in the docuseries],” Demi shared with the host.
The 28-year-old survivor is not holding back, and she has a reason for that.
“The world has been so loving and accepting of me telling my story,” Demi affirmed.
Everyone was collectively relieved at her survival and recovery.
“And just,” she expressed, “there’s been so much love and support.”
“What’s great is we live in a time when nobody’s perfect,” Demi acknowledged.
“And,” she observed, “we’re not gonna get role models by watching people not make mistakes.”
“We are going to meet and learn from our role models who have overcome their deepest, darkest struggles,” Demi declared.
“I wanted to show everyone,” Demi began, before pivoting “first I wanted to set the record straight.”
Demi recognized that “a lot of …read more
Source:: The Hollywood Gossip