Dancing With The Devil
“We’ve been pitted against each other, and so as we see someone come forward, there’s this dual response of, ‘Yes, I want to see you thrive!’ but also, ‘Uh oh. What do I have to do?’”
Demi Lovato Said She’ll “Probably Never” Discuss Details Of Her Recovery After Facing Criticism Over Her Choice To Be “California Sober”
“The only criticism I need is from my treatment team, and if what we’re doing right now is working for me, then I’m gonna keep it between me and them.”
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“Nothing is ever going to change. No one gets canceled.”
"I had a physical reaction the first time that I watched it, like anxiety attack."
Demi Lovato Opened Up About Feeling “Fooled” By Max Ehrich And Said Their Relationship Was “False Advertising”
“We were only together four or five months. And honestly, it was false advertising.”
Demi Lovato's "Dancing with the Devil" music video is a companion piece to her recent documentary.
“She feels in a sense that her livelihood is bound up in a sense of authenticity and candor and really being on the level with her fans.”
"I really had myself fooled, because it was the safe and expected thing."
"They never got taken out of the movie they were in."
"I'm grateful that I'm sitting here today."
“Where’s the story that comes from the other side? Where’s the story where those parents are involved in the picture? Where’s the story about a mixed-race family where no one is white?”
Demi Lovato Revealed She's Still Not Sober Following Her Overdose And Shared Why Her Friends Are Worried
"It does kind of scare me now to know that she isn't sober."
"The hardest part of the breakup was mourning the person I thought he was."
“It saved my life at times, because there were times that I dealt with suicidal ideations.”
Demi Lovato Hopes To "Set The Record Straight" About Her Overdose In "Dancing With The Devil" Docuseries
"We’re not going to get role models by watching people not make mistakes."
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"My doctors said that I had five to ten more minutes."