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Demi Lovato Opens Up About Her Turbulent Life In 'Dancing With The Devil'

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Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier shares the details.

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- Time to check out what's trending now. Singer Demi Lovato talks about her turbulent life in "Dancing with The Devil".

- Here's Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier.

KEVIN FRAZIER: Lauren and Elliot, Demi's new docuseries is called "Dancing with The Devil" and what she reveals is both heartbreaking and sobering as she details just how close she came to losing her life to drugs.

DEMI LOVATO: I crossed a line that I had never crossed.

- Are we talking about heroin? Are we doing that? She should be dead.

KEVIN FRAZIER: In the four part YouTube documentary, Demi reveals her 2018 overdose was far worse than ever reported.

DEMI LOVATO: I've really struggled with this. I had three strokes. I had a heart attack. My doctors said that I had five to 10 more minutes.

KEVIN FRAZIER: Even though she sang the National anthem at the Super Bowl just last year, Demi still struggles with brain damage from her OD. She's unable to drive because of blind spots in her vision. She also had to relearn how to read after suffering intense eye damage.

- Hello. I am seven-year-old Demi Lovato.

KEVIN FRAZIER: The former Disney star began acting at 10-years-old. Her first trip to rehab was at 18, struggling with bipolar disorder and bulimia. Prior to her overdose, she was six years sober from drugs and alcohol. One month before her relapse she released the song "Sober", a cry for help.

DEMI LOVATO: (SINGING) Mama, I'm so sorry I'm not sober anymore.

KEVIN FRAZIER: We spoke to the singer a year earlier.

- Sometimes I just look back and I'm just grateful to be alive.

KEVIN FRAZIER: A source tells ET, "Demi's goals are to stay happy, stay healthy and stay sober."

DEMI LOVATO: Any time that you suppress a part of yourself, it's going to overflow.

KEVIN FRAZIER: Of course, our thoughts and prayers are always with Demi. Now, you'll want to make sure you tune into ET tonight. Soleil Moon Frye is guest hosting with me and talking all about her Punky Brewster reboot. You don't want to miss it. For "Entertainment Tonight", I'm Kevin Frazier.

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