In 2012, Demi Lovato did an MTV documentary about her sobriety and how she overcame addiction. 5 years later, she admitted she was on cocaine while filming it.

Demi Lovato: Stay Strong

Demi Lovato: Stay Strong is a 2012 documentary film about American singer Demi Lovato which follows her recovery after leaving rehab and her return to the music industry after abruptly cancelling her tour with the Jonas Brothers, putting her career on a hiatus in order to seek treatment. It premiered on March 6, 2012 on MTV. The documentary depicts her reflecting on her road to recovery, addressing several of her emotional and physical issues, celebrating Thanksgiving with her family in 2011 and returning for the first time to the treatment facility she retreated to back in 2010.

Several years later in her YouTube documentary about her life and career, Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated (2017), Lovato admitted to being dishonest about the … Continue Reading (8 minute read)

9 thoughts on “In 2012, Demi Lovato did an MTV documentary about her sobriety and how she overcame addiction. 5 years later, she admitted she was on cocaine while filming it.”

  1. shadowCloudrift

    I’m starting to wonder what the percentage it is with former Disney child actors developing problems in their adulthoods.

  2. playerofdayz

    Is it me or is Demi in the news a LOT recently? I ask because I am constantly seeing news about her making comments about some ice cream parlor or about her drug use. I wasn’t sure if it’s because I viewed one article I am now targeted Demi news or is everyone constantly talking about his?

  3. Avd5113333

    May be unpopular, but this woman is a trainwreck. She just publically denounced a yogurt place for offering vegan/sugar-free options (one example)

  4. Annacot_Steal

    If she really is recovering good for her. I wish her all the best. But there has always something about her that I just could not like. I can’t put my finger on it but every time I see her I sense an air of fakeness with her. I’m not sure if that’s just me

  5. 00100101011010

    Demi’s entire marketing schtick is about her drug problems.

  6. Kampizi

    Just a constant circle jerk of self promotion…. maybe she’s addicted to herself?

  7. HumansDeserveHell

    All I ever hear about this person is that she did drugs, and still does. Please elevate people for better reasons than “I actually got high in rehab, nyah nyah”

  8. Formal_Cow_8084

    As a person who has been in recovery for year I see her for what she really is. She’s one of the unfortunates who will never be able to give herself completely to a recovery program that requires rigorous honesty.

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