Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil | Official Trailer

Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil | Official Trailer

Featuring the exclusive first listen to Demi Lovato’s title song to the powerful four-part documentary event, “Dancing With the Devil.”

Premiering March 23, Demi Lovato holds nothing back in this powerful four part documentary series exploring every aspect that led to her nearly fatal overdose in 2018, and her awakenings in the aftermath. Director Michael D. Ratner is granted unprecedented access to the superstar’s personal and musical journey during the most trying time of her life as she unearths her prior traumas and discovers the importance of her physical, emotional, and mental health. Far deeper than an inside look beyond the celebrity surface, this is an intimate portrait of addiction, and the process of healing and empowerment.

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73 Responses

  1. Shivam Trivedi says:

    Been a fan since camp rock and I’ve seen her go through so much but even after her mistakes, she comes out stronger than ever before and so that’s inspiring to me! ❤️

  2. Nina Gray says:

    So proud of your courage!

  3. Adrian Orsini Russo says:

    Legends: Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato.

    • Melissa Peña says:

      Aguilera is an icon in screaming

    • My Travels says:

      Christine will blow Lavato to smitherines. Lavato can’t sign if her life depended on it!

    • Giselle Feliciano says:

      And that is why Fall In Line by Christina Aguilera is so iconic. ❤❤

    • greatonco says:


    • Alex says:

      @Melissa Peña Aguilera is a 6 time Grammy award winning, +100 million pure record selling legendary artist who has 5 #1 hits spanning three decades with 20 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Top 100 chart, a STAR on the “Hollywood Walk of Fame” and a “the voice of a generation” lifetime achievement award. All that is thanks to her iconic and powerful voice, praised by the likes of Whitney Houston, Etta James, Pattie LaBelle, Aretha Franklin and cited by all the pop girls today as an inspiration. We will not have ignorant Xtina slander on a a Demi video, girl.

  4. YouTube says:

    Can’t wait!🖤

  5. Mariela Rivas says:

    “I don’t even know why I’m sober anymore”

    This is only a trailer and I’m already crying wtf

  6. Karina Melissa says:

    damn, this is an intense trailer. can’t wait to see the whole docuseries.

  7. Cathy Massiel says:

    I see some comments saying that Demi “always” does a documentary when she relapses and while I agree she has done this, she has always been clear that she still struggles.
    Her message was always to ask for help. Seeing a celebrity do this when no one was talking about mental health was awesome, but looking back I can see her team wanted to make her an image for sobriety and maybe that also affected her.
    She actually waited 3 years to release this documentary so it seems that she took her time and didn’t rush it. The reason we have footage of her last tour is because she was filming a documentary about the tour at that time and then it didn’t get released because of everything that happened.
    Excited for this documentary.

    • Anne Day says:

      She definitely does have a pattern. It’s okay to admit it. I’ll be here to watch the next documentary in 5 years and to root her on even then. But we can’t pretend that every time she says she’s “finally showing her truth” it just rewinds again. I wish she would try actually focusing less on what we think did or didn’t happen and more on herself and her life, but hey, everyone has their vices. Hers is a need for validation of her struggles from “fans” and “the world”. It will eat her up and burn her out in the end.

    • Tilly ct says:

      She’s trying to be honest on how it’s affected her so people won’t judge her without knowing what’s it’s really like. I bet these also help so many people in similar situations to Demi

    • Cathy Massiel says:

      @Anne Day I don’t know about pattern. Is not like she releases a documentary everytime she releases an album.
      Of course the times she has done documentaries it’s linked to her album release it is strategic and at the end of the day it benefits her album, but I disagree with the thought that if something is strategic then it must be fake.
      It wouldn’t be a smart business decision to release this a year later after her album..Not only can a documentary help with the promotion of an album but it will make the public understand much better the meaning behind her songs .
      Will she make a new documentary in the future thinking some of her thoughts from her last documentary were wrong? I could not answer that, but we are always growing and changing our perspective on things so I don’t know what could be so wrong about it unless she was promoting something bad.

    • Jonathan VG says:

      @Anne Day You just gave me an aha moment, I have to comment. I have to admit I suffer from this… The need of validation of my struggles from friends and family and anyone that’d hear me out honestly and it would’ve never hit the way it did if I didn’t read it in your comment. You are right… this only eats you up, people don’t need to understand and give you the “I don’t judge you, anyone would’ve done the same in your shoes” for you to move forward, if you really want to then it’s a fight you have to fight for yourself, its a solo fight, I think you helped me realize that “showing my truth” is more about who I choose to be today and moving forward as opposed to having everyone I know go through a rewind and “make them understand” the things I did or why I did them. Spot on!

      Thanks a lot for your comment.

  8. TimeBucks says:

    she isnt afraid to be vulnerable and that makes her strong

  9. millenium cooks says:

    My mom had 3 heart attacks and when people say they’ve had one, it really hits home. Demi and my mom are alive because they are strong women. They are both my idols 😘, I can’t wait for the documentary to come out

  10. Fierce Peter Gaming says:

    *We are not prepared for this*

    • Steven webber _ says:

      Her drug dealers getting ready dont worry

    • blv says:

      greetings. on youtube, search for this: “chill yall”, its worth searching

    • Rauda 10 says:

      Repent and obey Jesus, No hypocrites will enter the kingdom of God!! You can’t say you love Jesus and live in willful sin that’s playing the hypocrite and You will go to hell if you don’t repent and start obeying Jesus. Jesus says that most people go to hell!! Why? Because they believe they love Jesus but their lifestyle doesn’t show that they love Jesus🤯

    • 皇国臣民 says:

      the korean “hanbok(한복)” is a copycat of chinese traditional costume “hanfu(漢服)”.
      also the korean boy vocal band “BTS” is the copycat of JPOP.
      these facts are ture yrp

  11. jose reyes says:

    “So if the devil wants to dance with you, you better say never, cuz the dance with the devil might last you forever” – immortal technique

  12. Deepshikha Mishra says:

    Demi is that one person, who makes me feel so insanely powerful with all the humanly flaws.

  13. Ruchi says:

    I remember so many people saying she’s making music about the same thing and that it hasn’t evolved. The thing is, you can speak your truth for however long you want. And she embraces it so well. I’m glad she learning. I’m just so glad she’s here, alive and NOT ALONE 😭😭😭❤️❤️❤️

  14. Stephanie Ibrahim says:

    When she showed her hand with the engagement ring and then without🥺

  15. shortii12341 says:

    I have a feeling when this is released a lot of her fans will be shocked (me included.) But I’ve been here since Camp Rock. Not leaving now!

  16. Adrian says:

    “Demis very good at hiding what she needs to hide”.

  17. Maria Garcia says:

    One thing I love about Demi is how transparent she is with her fans. Makes me relate so much to her and I love how mental health is an important topic to her; she’s so amazingly strong 💗

  18. Hennri Herczw says:

    From someone who overdosed, this is really heartbreaking to watch! Don’t stop the fighting Demi, it’s when we are at our best that the disease of addiction starts talking again! Praying for you <3

  19. Julia Red says:

    Legends: Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato.

  20. Buddha's Lounge says:

    Really appreciate you taking about it so openly. Thank you. You are a brave and strong woman 😘 🤗

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