Demi Lovato recently released a preview of her documentary that opens up about the singer’s health issues. Elton John has since shown his support to his fellow musician on her battle.
On Wednesday, Demi Lovato, 28, shared the trailer of the documentary series “Dancing with the Devil.” She explained that she‘d been holding the documentary close to her heart but finally decided to give a preview.
In her Twitter post, the singer gave a YouTube link to the trailer for the movie. She shared how this was just a short preview of what fans could expect to see before revealing the details about the premiere.
Lovato noted how the premiere would be ready on March 23, 2021, via the social media channel YouTube. The documentary series has four-parts, and Michael Ratner directed it.
In it, fans will get to follow the artist’s journey to recovery and her career since her July 2018 overdose. The pop musician confessed that she suffered a heart attack and three strokes after her overdose.
She was fortunate to have survived after her relapse as she was taken to a Los Angeles hospital. At the time of her relapse, the “Sorry Not Sorry” vocalist had been six years sober.
Lovato has also admitted that she still lives with the side-effects of the overdose. These include blind spots in her vision that prevent her from being able to drive and brain damage.
In the documentary, the singer aims to “set the record straight” about how she survived death several times. Sir Elton John also appears in the documentary speaking about how hard it is to be famous.
A day after Lovato released the documentary's preview, John took to Twitter to share his support. He retweeted the pop singer’s Wednesday post and noted how proud he was of her.
The “Rocket Man” singer shared his pride in Lovato opening up to the world about her addiction problems. He also praised her for speaking up about the importance of emotional, physical, and mental health.
In an Instagram post, Lovato confessed to having seen the screener for the film and was absolutely blown away.
John and Lovato have been quite supportive of each other over the years. When the legendary pianist released the documentary movie “Rocket Man” in 2019, Lovato reached out to him.
In an Instagram post, she confessed to having seen the screener for the film and was absolutely blown away. The post was shared alongside three images where the duo was seen performing together.