With just a week to go until Demi Lovato’s documentary ‘Simply Complicated’ is released on YouTube, the songstress has given fans a small glimpse of what they can expect by sharing its official trailer.
From the opening seconds, it’s clear to see that Demi is going to be brutally honest during the documentary, similarly to the material on her latest album, Tell Me You Love Me. Whilst she’s anxious about the interview and what people will think, she boldly states that:
“One thing I’ll never stop doing is being honest. And that’s the best I can do.”
The trailer shows clips of Demi during recent months as she records Tell Me You Love Me. However, we also see clips of the ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ singer throughout the years, including when she first started performing at five years old.
We also see Demi and the people around her discuss how quickly she became an international superstar, and how the pressure of being a role model at a young age was just too much. Demi gets frank about the incident in which she punched a back up dancer, and talks about how she hit the self destruct button with her addictions.
Now, Demi is nearing five and a half years of sobriety and is on a “journey to discover what it’s like to be free of all demons”. From feeling at her most vulnerable to discovering her new found confidence, the personal documentary will show us every side of the vocal powerhouse.
“When I’m comfortable in my own skin, I feel confident. When I feel confident, I feel sexy. And when I feel sexy, watch out!”
Check out the trailer for Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated below.
Demi is currently enjoying incredible success with her sixth album, Tell Me You Love Me. The album charted at number five in the UK and number two on the Billboard Hot 100. Its lead single, ‘Sorry Not Sorry’, has been certified platinum in the States, and is Demi’s highest charting single to date in the US, peaking at number eight so far.
Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated comes to YouTube on October 17.