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Demi Lovato Spoke About The Imminent Debut Of The Documentary Series "Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil", In Which She Describes The Drug Overdose She Experienced In

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Demi Lovato Spoke About The Imminent Debut Of The Documentary Series "Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil", In Which She Describes The Drug Overdose She Experienced In
Demi Lovato Spoke About The Imminent Debut Of The Documentary Series "Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil", In Which She Describes The Drug Overdose She Experienced In
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Demi Lovato has learned a lot over the past two years.

On Wednesday, when she made her debut in the trailer for her documentary series, Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil, the singer said she "won't change anything" about what happened after her near-fatal drug overdose in 2018.

“Everything had to happen for me to learn my lesson,” the 28-year-old said at a meeting of the Television Critics Association. “It was a painful experience and I look back and sometimes I feel sad when I think about the pain I had to endure to overcome what I have, but I have no regrets.”

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“I am so proud of who I am today,” she added. "And I am so proud that people are seeing this in this documentary, and I am so grateful to have the supportive people with me."

Due to her overdose, the singer said that she wants to "set a record" in her life.

“I wanted to reveal all this to my fans and say that this is who I am, and this is where I am today, and this experience that brought me here, and if it helps you, then I hope this is perhaps because that was ultimately my goal,”she told reporters.

During the chat, Lovato said that she continues to suffer from brain damage to this day and cannot drive because of the “blind spots” in her eyes.

“I still have brain damage and I am still struggling with its consequences. I don't drive because I have blind spots,”she said. “And I also find it very difficult to read for a long time. It was a big deal when I was able to read anything from the book at all, which was about two months later because my vision was so blurry. "

“I have faced a lot of consequences, and I feel like they are still here to remind me of what could happen if I ever find myself in this dark alley again,” she added. “I am grateful for these reminders, but I am so grateful that I was the one who did not have to rehabilitate much. The rehabilitation was on the emotional side."

Lovato also revealed what prompted her to publish a series of documentaries about her life and the path to sobriety.

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