Demi Lovato Reflects on Sobriety and Breakups in Her New Documentary Trailer

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A new trailer offers a look at the upcoming YouTube exclusive Simply Complicated, which focuses on the rise and struggles of United States pop singer Demi Lovato.

In a new trailer released on Tuesday (October 10), the 25-year-old superstar opens up about a variety of heavy issues: from drug abuse to depression, as well as the incident on a plane when she punched her back-up dancer.

At the start of the trailer, Demi says to the camera, "I actually had anxiety over this interview". It was this that led the people around her to think she was on a "road to suicide". The one thing I'll never stop doing is being honest. From feeling at her most vulnerable to discovering her new found confidence, the personal documentary will show us every side of the vocal powerhouse.

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Demi Lovato is not holding anything back.

'I'm looking at my future and my past, and I want to share that with my fans, ' she said.

"When I'm comfortable in my own skin, I feel confident".

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Her friend complimented her acting in the scene and she quipped, "Thanks, I wasn't acting much".

Watch Lovato discuss this in the first trailer for Simply Complicated, below.

Are you excited to watch Demi's documentary?

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