Demi Lovato Premieres ‘Stay Strong’ Tonight on MTV
Back in 2010, Demi Lovato experienced a real life breakdown while dealing with eating disorders, cutting, and other emotional issues. After checking herself into rehab, she has made a point to be stronger than ever for herself and her fans. This singer and actress has allowed MTV to let the cameras roll as she makes the ultimate comeback with her ongoing treatment.
This morning Demi was a guest on the “Today” show where she gave a special preview to her new documentary called “Demi Lovato: Stay Strong”. She also performed her song “Give Your Heart A Break” and discussed the purpose and goal of the documentary.
“I’ve decided to tell my story because there are a lot of young teens, girls and boys, that are dealing with the same issues that I’ve been through,” Demi told the “Today” show’s Ann Curry this morning. “If I’m able to use my voice to do good in the world then I definitely want to do that.” Demi went on to explain how great her fans have been as she deals with her disorders. “It means everything to me having that support … it’s … I don’t even have a word for it. It’s amazing”. She also said that she plans on using her voice as a positive impact for the world.
Fans will get a chance to see what the road life is like with the singer, as she travels home to Dallas and then revisits Illinois, where the treatment center is located. Demi first teased the video project last month as she tweeted a photo of her new tattoo on her wrists.
The documentary “Stay Strong” is set to air tonight at 10pm on MTV. She will also be making an appearance at MTV’s Time Square studio tonight at 11pm to take part in a live Q & A with her fans. To participate, Twitter users can submit their questions to @MTVNews or @MTV. Include #AskDemi in your posts
Lovato will also make an appearance in MTV’s Times Square studio in New York on Tuesday at 11 p.m. to take part in a live Q & A with fans. To join the conversation, Twitter users can submit questions to @MTVNews and @MTV with the hashtag #AskDemi.