Popstar sensation, Demi Lovato has not been up in the front pages for just her music but also about the social and mental issues she had faced. ‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil,’ is originally a documentary that will feature Demi as herself, where she will talk about her life and career as an American songwriter and singer.
It will also address the issue of her drug overdose that took place in 2018. The documentary will drop on YouTube on March 23, 2021. It will be a four-episode documentary directed by Michael.D.Ratner.
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The documentary and the album are inter-related. ‘Dancing With The Devil…The Art Of Starting Over’ will contain 19 songs with 3 bonus tracks that will feature in the documentary. Lovato took it to Twitter to make the announcement of her new album. It will come out on April 2.
It is speculated that it will be a follow-up to ‘Tell Me You Love Me’ from 2017. In an interview with ET, she told, “It truly does take after the course of my life and the way it’s taken over the past few years, When we went through the track posting and the way is mapped out it kind of coincided with my life’s story.”
“It made sense to include the more passionate stuff within the starting and after that move into ‘The Art Of Starting Over.’ It will be a mashup of genres, including country, R&B and ’90s pop.
The documentary will feature some famous singers and celebrities like; Elton John, Christina Aguilera, Madison De La Garza, Sirah, Dallas Lovato, and many more. In the trailer, she even was seen talking about how she went through three strokes and a heart attack after the 2018 overdose.
“There has been so much to say over the past two years I needed to set the record straight almost what and how everything that happened,” Lovato says within the trailer. “I’ve had a parcel of lives. Like my cat, you know? I’m on my ninth life.”
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