Demi Lovato Reveals Why She Regrets Making Three Documentaries On Her Life

Seems like we won’t be getting more documentaries on the life of Demi Lovato. As she had made it clear that she regrets her decision of making her three documentaries. Let’s find out what exactly she told.

Demi Lovato, the singer who goes by the pronouns she/her recalled filming documentaries. In an interview with Alternative press, she revealed that she’s just sick of watching herself in documentaries. She thinks people might be bored too by seeing it. If they aren’t then they can watch her music video, she says.

The reason behind her regret is, that she wished, ” I would have waited until I had my sh*t figured out more because now it’s cemented. Sobriety is what works for me and nothing else.”

Even though she regrets this decision doesn’t mean her fans will not get the opportunity to know more about her life. She adds, ” My story’s not done, so I want to be able to say by the time I’ve written a book. Ok, this is me grown up.”

The confident singer had in total 3 documentaries. The first one was released in the year 2012 and named Demi Lovato: Stay Strong. This documentary is based on the tour she canceled with the Jonas brothers abruptly, went to rehab, and then returns to the music industry.

The second documentary is named “Demi Lovato: Simply complicated” in the year 2017. This documentary focuses on her life and career, and was released to support her upcoming 2017 album “Tell me you love me.”

The last documentary came out last year named ‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil’. This was a docu-series based on her past traumas, fatal overdose, and her personal and professional journey.

Demi Lovato’s Advice To Child Actors

The confident singer says that when a teen is out of the spotlight they try to figure out their own selves. She further adds, ” They [teens] are going to parties. They’re making mistakes. And it’s like if you’re a 15-year-old and you’re making mistakes, it’s magnified.”

Demi Lovato opened up about if she ever has kids and whether will she allow them to enter the industry at an early age or not. To which the singer responded that she will tell her kids to wait till they are 18 years old.

Demi says, ” If I were to have kids and they come to me and said, ‘Mom, I want to be in the industry, I would have to say, ‘Please wait until you’re 18.”

She concludes by saying to her imaginary kids, “Give yourself a childhood”.

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