A New Demi Lovato Docuseries About Her Life Over the Past 3 Years and Music Is Coming To YouTube

The last three years have been filled with ups and downs for Demi Lovato—and she’s reliving it all in a new four-part YouTube documentary series. It will be her second time collaborating with the company after the success of her 2017 documentary Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated, which has more than 32 million views.

The currently untitled series will be directed by Michael D. Ratner, who helmed episodes of YouTube’s recent Justin Bieber: Seasons documentary series. Lovato’s life, including “her personal and emotional journey over the past three years,” will be examined in the show, per Deadline. Her last documentary delved into her experiences with drug addiction, an eating disorder, and breakups with Wilmer Valderrama and Joe Jonas. The outlet reports that Lovato had been developing a follow-up project to Simply Complicated in 2018 before her drug overdose in July of that year. Bieber’s recent series reportedly inspired Lovato to make another documentary of her own.

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There will be plenty of material in the Grammy nominee’s life to fill a new series. In July 2018, Lovato was hospitalized for a drug overdose and completed a 3-month-long in-patient treatment program. That year, she beat out the likes of Meghan Markle and Ariana Grande to become Google’s most-searched person in the U.S. She’s also defended new manager Scooter Braun in his feud with Taylor Swift and declared her longtime friendship with Selena Gomez is over. Musically, Lovato performed her emotional recovery ballad, “Anyone” at this year’s Grammys and the National Anthem at Super Bowl 54. These days, she’s reportedly talking about getting engaged with her boyfriend of four months, Max Ehrich.

Lovato has spoken about how her view on life has changed before in interviews. “My life motto was ‘powering through it,'” she told Harper’s Bazaar for her May 2020 cover story. “But when you power through your life all day, every day for 10 years, you’re ignoring all that pain or you’re just trying not to self-destruct … It’s not really living.” She added, “I’m feeling it out as things go. But I finally feel free.”

Also noteworthy: Lovato’s 2017 YouTube documentary coincided with the release of her last album, Tell Me You Love Me. So her latest series could be a sign that new music is coming.

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