5 minutes from death : Dancing with the Devil

5 minutes from death : Dancing with the Devil

“I knew that what I’d been looking for, I hadn’t found yet. But what I had been looking for was not in the form of a drug.”
Demi and her closest confidants give a firsthand account of the aftermath of the overdose as she wakes up in the hospital after being minutes away from death.

Episode 3 available March 30 @ 12p PT


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39 Responses

  1. xAnaxAlbarranx says:

    Te amamos mucho Demi

  2. twingirl51 says:

    It’s also heartbreaking that the fact they told the operator NO siren’s. Not wanting the paparazzi to take photos of an ambulance pulling up to Demis property. Even in emergencies celebrities worry about the information getting out. It’s really sad…

    Edit: i mean her team was willing to have the ambulance take more time to arrive to help than word getting out. Privacy is very important & its wrong how these paparazzi’s dont respect their boundaries. Especially in an emergency.. I

  3. Vicky says:

    The fact that she woke up and asked about the public knowledge as one of the first things just shows how much pressure she was under and how heavy she felt that spotlight

  4. chase xavier says:

    Don’t try and switch up now. I didn’t forget the memes and disrespectful jokes y’all made about her and her addiction.

    • aria the acosmist says:

      @Donald Darko sweetie, did you even pay attention to the documentary? yes, insecurity is one of her biggest issues, but it’s mainly the childhood trauma & constant scrutiny that did this to her. people like you are the reason some people shouldn’t be allowed to have a youtube account. go spread hate somewhere else, please

    • aria the acosmist says:

      @talexander1012 this is honestly such a beautiful explanation, and it shows that you’ve watched the video clearly and understood what happened

    • Dani R. says:

      rappers rapped about her addiction. so insensitive 🙁

    • Rose Pinion says:

      I’ve been living under a rock but had no idea she was struggling until I heard about her OD but that’s messed up people would even joke about her addiction! Its nothing to play around with…even celebs go thru addiction and it’s more available to them since they have the money to pay for it so they definitely have a higher chance of OD-ing/dying. Truly a sad sad world but I’m glad Demi’s alive and telling her story 🖤🖤🖤

  5. Sam says:

    So the assistant and the doctor are THE REAL GODDAMN HEROES in this whole thing. Without them, she wouldn’t even be alive.

  6. Rebecca Kramer says:

    Her best friend saying everyone gasped when the plane landed. 💔 What a terrible way to find out your best friend is on the verge of life and death 🥺

  7. Trisha Goldsborough says:

    This is why assistants need more recognition in the entertainment industry. Jordan saved Demi’s life.

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  8. Ashley Dane says:

    My little brother Dane overdosed on the same day. It was laced with the same as what yours was.he died on his 25th birthday. It was the worse day of my life. So when I say this speaks volumes to me, it does. I am so thankful that you are alive and working towards a healthier life. Stay safe, Demi.

  9. Karson H says:

    It’s incredibly heartbreaking that this industry has people so in fear of calling 911 for an ambulance because the fear of the public finding out. Thank you Jordan for your heroic efforts and getting her help. I can’t imagine the fear you were facing in that moment. Thank you

  10. Elle Rodriguez says:

    Just imagine if she had in fact died. She would of died like her father. Alone. These stories are so heartbreaking

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