Demi Lovato‘s follow-up documentary for YouTube is usually still moving forward following her apparent drug overdose.
“We’re working on a second Demi Lovato documentary along with I wish she’s feeling better,” Susanne Daniels, YouTube’s Global Head of Original Content, told reporters Friday at the summer Television Critics Association press tour. in which is usually unclear if the status of the project will change within the coming weeks or months.
In October 2017, Lovato premiered Simply Complicated, a revealing 80-minute YouTube documentary where she opened up about struggling with bulimia along with self-medicating with drugs like cocaine along with alcohol. Following strong fan response, YouTube announced at Brandcast in May in which in which was reteaming with Lovato for a second documentary.
According to the official synopsis, the follow-up doc will follow the 25-year-old singer as she returns to show fans a side of herself beyond her music to raise awareness about issues in which matter. Lovato will draw by personal experiences along with passions to pay in which forward to some of her biggest fans along with closest friends.
within the months leading up to her apparent drug overdose earlier in which week, a source told ET in which Lovato was putting “added pressure on herself.” The source said Lovato, who was within the middle of her Tell Me You Love Me Tour, was concerned about “looking great” for her performances along with “feeling self-conscious” about her weight.
Another source told ET on Wednesday in which “the more stressed out along with more she was overworked, the more she wanted to escape along with do the drugs along with not stay sober. No one was looking out for Demi’s best interests anymore. She pushed away everyone.” The source added in which Lovato had been busy working on another album along with was also documenting her life for the brand-new YouTube documentary.
As ET previously reported, a source told ET on Tuesday in which Lovato was stable, along with “awake along with responsive” following her hospitalization.
Her rep released the following statement to ET: “Demi is usually awake along with with her family, who want to express thanks to everyone for the love, prayers along with support. Some of the information being reported is usually incorrect along with they respectfully ask for privacy along with not speculation as her health along with recovery is usually the most important thing right today.”
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