Demi Lovato says she regrets making her documentaries

Demi Lovato won’t grace the small screen anytime soon.

The “Sorry Not Sorry” singer – who uses she/she pronouns – revealed in an interview with Alternative Press that she has no plans to make any more documentaries about her life.

“Honestly, I’m tired of looking at myself, and I think other people probably are too,” the 30-year-old told the outlet. “And if they’re not, they can watch my music videos.”

Over the past decade, Lovato has released three different documentaries detailing her struggles with addiction and its impact on her career.

“I wish I had waited until I had more thought up because now it’s cemented in. Sobriety is what works for me and nothing else,” she told the outlet.

Demi Lovato.
The singer told Alternative Press that she has no plans to make another documentary.
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Her most recent documentary, “Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil,” chronicles the singer’s near-fatal drug overdose in 2018. After the incident, Lovato revealed she was “California Sober,” meaning she still smoked weed in moderation. and drank alcohol.

However, a year later, the rockstar completely gave up the means and went into treatment.

However, her distaste for documentaries doesn’t mean she wants to stop sharing her story with fans. She plans to wait until she knows what she wants.

Demi Lovato.
Lovato’s latest documentary chronicles her struggle with addiction.
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“My story isn’t finished yet, so I want to be able to say by the time I’ve written a book, ‘Okay, this is me grown up,'” she told the outlet.

Lovato recently released her 8th studio album, “Holy Fvck”, saying it reflects who she really is.

“I’m in a new chapter of my life, and I want my music to reflect that,” Lovato said of returning to her rock ‘n’ roll roots.

Demi Lovato.
The ‘Heart Attack’ singer has released three documentaries in the past decade.
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One of the songs, “29”, dismisses her relationship with ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama, whom she met when she was 17 and he was 29.

“I think sometimes the public needs the truth, which is why I’ve decided to… [this] single,” the “Camp Rock” alum said on an episode of the “Call Her Daddy” podcast.

“I came out of the treatment with anger, I came out of the treatment with understanding and growth,” she told host Alexandra Cooper. “It was a reflective song for me. even though there is [are] undertones of anger, I really learned a lot about that experience and I decided to write about it.”

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