Demi Lovato looks low key ahead of her documentary series Dancing With the Devil debut

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Demi Lovato looks low key ahead of her documentary series Dancing With the Devil debut


Demi Lovato debuted in her brutally honest YouTube Originals documentary series Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil on Tuesday.

The singer / actress, 28, kept a low profile ahead of day one, flying under the radar on a trip to the nail salon on Monday.

The star looked stronger than ever as she ventured out after revealing how she lost her virginity when she was raped at just 15 in her new revelation, a revelation she said People magazine was “liberating”.

Under the radar: Demi Lovato kept a low profile by stopping by the nail salon the day before the premiere of her docuseries Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil

Demi embraced original vintage vibes on her outing, pulling on a loose Stone Cold Steve Austin shirt with a faded autograph near her right shoulder.

Keeping a comfortable vibe, she teamed the t-shirt with loose black pants and neon yellow accessories.

The Sonny With A Chance star wore a highlighter colored baseball cap that read “Wheels Up” on the front while carrying her things in a Louis Vuitton fanny pack banging on her front. On foot, she opted for comfortable Birkenstock sandals.

Although her famous face was hidden with a mask, the flock of 12 birds tattooed on her forearm – symbolizing the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous – made it easy to spot singer Sober.

Retro: The singer / actress adopted offbeat vintage vibes upon her outing, pulling on a loose 90s Stone Cold Steve Austin shirt with loose black pants and neon yellow accessories

Retro: The singer / actress adopted offbeat vintage vibes upon her outing, pulling on a loose 90s Stone Cold Steve Austin shirt with loose black pants and neon yellow accessories

Pop of color: The Sonny With A Chance star wore a highlighter-colored baseball cap that read 'Wheels Up' on the front while carrying her things in a Louis Vuitton fanny pack banging on her front

Pop of color: The Sonny With A Chance star wore a highlighter-colored baseball cap that read “Wheels Up” on the front while carrying her stuff in a Louis Vuitton fanny pack banging on its front

Demi bravely shares her experience as a sexual assault survivor in the Michael D. Ratner-directed docu-series, where she publicly reveals that she lost her virginity when she was raped at age 15 and how she was. “Raped” by her. drug dealer the night of his near-fatal overdose in 2018.

The Camp Rock star said that instead of being a trigger, exploring his trauma on camera was a ’empowering’ process, telling people, ‘Having put this on camera and knowing that people saw it, it’s liberating. It’s empowering. It’s liberating… It really allows that anger that was in me to dissolve.

“I had given up a lot of anger before and, but this was just a final send off, like, okay, I can really get over this now. “

For years, this anger fueled Lovato, leading her to self-medicate with drugs, alcohol, self-harm, and destructive eating habits.

Survivor: Demi bravely shares her experience as a sexual assault survivor in the Michael D. Ratner-directed docu-series, where she publicly reveals that she lost her virginity when she was raped at age 15.  She was seen at the Monday night premiere above

Survivor: Demi bravely shares her experience as a sexual assault survivor in the Michael D. Ratner-directed docu-series, where she publicly reveals that she lost her virginity when she was raped at age 15. She was seen at the Monday night premiere above

Freed: Demi says it was `` liberating '' to share her story with the audience, telling people, `` After you put this in front of the camera and knowing that people saw it, it's freeing.  It's empowering.  'She saw in 2006 above

Freed: Demi says it was “liberating” to share her story with the audience, telling people, “After you put this on camera and knowing that people saw it, it’s freeing. It’s empowering. ‘She saw in 2006 above

While she was able to mask some of her pain, the Disney Channel alum used her music to help channel her emotions.

“Sometimes people hear my music from my teenage years and they’re like, ‘Oh, you were so mad’. I’m like, ‘Yeah, and now you see why I was so angry, “”

By sharing her story, Demi hopes she will help de-stigmatize the conversation about rape and sexual assault.

“I’ve talked about it and now that I know other people might hear my story, I just hope it helps people,” the Cool For The Summer singer said.

“Sexual abuse is something that people find taboo to talk about and come up with, but I want to show people that you can, and that’s okay.

Let go: `` I had let go of a lot of the anger before and, but it was just a final send off, like, okay I can really heal from this now, '' she said. told People.

Let go: “I had let go of a lot of the anger before and, but it was just a final send off, like, okay I can really get over this now,” she told People.

Taboo: `` I brought it up and now that I know other people could hear my story, I just hope it helps people, '' the Cool For The Summer singer said.

Taboo: “I mentioned it and now that I know other people could hear my story, I just hope it helps people,” said the Cool For The Summer singer.

And she had some advice for fans who are also dealing with trauma, reminding them, “When the time is right, and when you feel ready, you can talk about it – and you’re going to heal. “

“You are going to feel so much more empowered. You will be freed from shame.

“It will be a trip up and down, but when you finally decide to face it [trauma] and do the work around him – really do the work around him – it’s so rewarding and liberating, ”she continued.

Get your popcorn!  Demi's four-part documentary debuted last night with a pop-up drive-in in Beverly Hills

Get your popcorn! Demi’s four-part documentary debuted last night with a pop-up drive-in in Beverly Hills

“I don’t just want my 15 year old self to hear this, but anyone else who has been abused. ”

Director Michael D. Ratner said it was Demi’s idea to include her assault in the deep dive, telling People, “It’s her story and she had to be comfortable with it. She wanted that to be included, and that is her background and her prerogative.

Last night, Demi’s four-part documentary debuted with a pop-up drive-through in Beverly Hills.

After the screening, which was attended by starlet Kim Kardashian and beloved pastor Judah Smith, the pop star briefly left the balcony of her Beverly Hilton room to serenade the audience.

Best of all: After the screening, which was attended by starlet Kim Kardashian and beloved pastor Judah Smith, the pop star briefly left the balcony of her Beverly Hilton room to serenade the audience.

Best of all: After the screening, which was attended by starlet Kim Kardashian and beloved pastor Judah Smith, the pop star briefly left the balcony of her Beverly Hilton room to serenade the audience.

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