A peek behind the curtain.
Demi Lovato is letting fans in on her life as a pop superstar with new YouTube documentary Simply Complicated.
Demi’s new album Tell Me You Love Me drops this Friday (Sep. 29). According to the singer, it’s an honest and unfiltered look at her recent life in and out of the spotlight. She’s upping the ante with a full-length documentary streaming to YouTube shortly after. It’s called Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated and debuts October 17. It “chronicles the making of the album as well as her activism and philanthropy outside of her music career,” EW reports.
Demi made an official announcement today:
“My fans have been on this journey with me since I was eight years old and have shared in some of the most important moments of my life,” Lovato said in a statement. “As I embark on a new journey both personally and professionally, it was important to me to create this documentary with a platform that would allow me to continue to bring my story directly to my fans.”
Lovato admitted it wasn’t easy having cameras shadow her, telling EW “it’s definitely a challenge, because you just want to be completely open and free, and when you have cameras on you, you don’t feel like you can do that,” Lovato said. “But you get used to it. And once you get past that mentality, you forget the cameras are there and you’re able to be completely vulnerable.”
Demi also revealed she has more music in store for Lovatics even after her “living album” drops. “If you create another song that you like, you put out another song,” she explained. “It doesn’t have to be a single. It can just be added to the mass of music that you’ve already released.”