"The only criticism I need is from my treatment team," Lovato said, "and if what we’re doing right now is working for me, then I’m gonna keep it between me and them.”
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Tom Petty, Selma Blair, Justine Bateman and a bunch of new horror films emerge as highlights from this year's virtual Austin-based fest.
The pop star now says she feels "more joy in my life than I've ever felt."
The four-part series, which premiered at this year's SXSW Film Festival and arrives on YouTube on March 23, features the singer opening up about her 2018 overdose, her past — and current — drug use and a bombshell #MeToo story she's kept hidden for decades.
Lovato has said her own sexuality is "very fluid."
Demi Lovato looks forward to setting "the record straight" about her 2018 drug overdose in her new docuseries.
Lovato has spoken before about having struggled with addiction since her teen years.
Justin Timberlake and Demi Lovato are among the superstars who will perform on Jan. 20 at the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
The two stars, who previously dated, now star in Netflix's animated movie, Charming, streaming on the platform today
You learn a lot about a person when you’re stuck in quarantine together, so it’s no wonder there were quite a few celebrity splits in 2020. While the coronavirus pandemic isn’t to blame for every celebrity relationship ending, it may have sped a few of these along.
Demi Lovato revealed her edgy undercut in a new Instagram post on Wednesday, which had fans speculating that the singer has "entered her Bangerz era."
Lovato said she’s gained inspiration from what’s going on in the world in her new approach to songwriting, but for “Commander in Chief” she looked to another artist.
The musician commended Lovato for speaking so candidly about her political beliefs when she has so many fans.
Ignoring warnings that her protest song "Commander in Chief" might "ruin" her career, the pop star delivered the boldest political statement of Wednesday's BBMAs.
The singer recognizes the risk of losing fans and sales to make a statement with her latest song.
"I'm a mess and I'm still broken / But I'm finding my way back," Demi Lovato sings on the track released on her social media
The pop singer recently told Apple Music's Zane Lowe that the music she will be releasing "will be very purpose-driven"