‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil’ Episode 4: Release Date, Cast and Plot
|Demi is finally ready to share her side of the tale, more than two years after her close brush with death due to overdose in 2018. Photo: Newsweek|
One of pop culture’s biggest youth icons and an inspiration to women everywhere, Demi Lovato, is revealing deep, dark secrets about her tough life in a tell-all docuseries, ‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil.’ She is a star who rose to fame as a teenager with extraordinary talents, succumbed to pressure, and struggled with eating disorders, bulimia, and drug addiction, according to The Cinema Holic.
Now, with ‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil,’ the documentary series about her life and career, Demi is finally ready to share her side of the tale, more than two years after her close brush with death due to overdose in 2018. The series grants the world an unprecedentedly intimate look into the singer’s troubled past. Here’s what you can expect from episode 4!
Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil Episode 4 Release Date
‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil’ episode 4 is slated to release on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at 3 pm ET on YouTube. Episode 4 is going to be the final installment of the 4-part documentary series in which Demi and her friends, family, and staff talk candidly about the events surrounding her near-fatal drug overdose in 2018.
Where to Watch Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil Episode 4 Online?
The first three episodes of "Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil" are now available on YouTube. The show features a total of four episodes, and the fourth and final installment will debut on April 6.
The show is available to watch for free with ads on Demi Lovato's YouTube channel. If you want to watch the docuseries without ads, you need to sign up for a YouTube Premium subscription, said Business Insider.
YouTube Premium costs $12 a month, and you can try it for free with a 30-day trial. The service gives you ad-free access to YouTube and YouTube Music, along with a library of exclusive content.
Aside from your web browser, you can watch the docuseries with the YouTube app via iOS devices, Android devices, Xbox, Switch, PlayStation, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, and most smart TVs.
If you want to watch other programs about Lovato and her career, you can also check out her 2017 documentary "Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated." The film is available for free on YouTube and, if you pay for YouTube Premium, you can watch the director's cut.
Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil Episode 4 Spoilers
At the end of episode 3, Demi and her mom give us a sneak peek into the more recent chapter of Demi’s past – how she spent her pandemic-induced lockdown in 2020 and with whom. So it’s safe to assume that the final episode will give us more insight into her whirlwind but short-lived romance with Max Ehrich. The couple quarantined together, got engaged, and broke up, all in the space of mere months.
It’ll be interesting to see Demi open up about the reasons behind the breakup. She has previously said that she is “too queer to be with a cis-gender man,” and of course, we can expect the last episode of ‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil’ to also apprise us of Demi’s current health situation and where she’s at in her life.
Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil Episode 3 Recap
In ‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil’ episode 3, Demi and her former choreographer Dani Vitale talk about how Demi’s overdose affected the people around her to the degree that Demi had never imagined. While she was in recovery in 2018, Dani was ruthlessly cyber-bullied by Demi’s fans, who all blamed Dani for Demi’s overdose and spread the baseless rumors that Dani was the one who had supplied the drugs. Demi asks her former creative director and close friend to open up and speak her truth fearlessly.
Demi also reveals that she fell off the sobriety wagon again after the 2018 incident, to her mortification. She apparently called the same person who had taken advantage of her that night of the overdose, and in a bid to reclaim control, slept with him again. But Demi admits that doing that did not make her feel better or healed or even in control. She talks about how she was afraid that Scooter Braun, her newly appointed manager, would leave once he heard about her doing drugs again.
However, Braun stuck with Demi and told her that he wants to help her get better. It seems that it was only one isolated event, and since then, Demi has been clean. She has a new team working with her and the support of family and friends to help her on her way to recovery.
Lovato relapsed after she had returned from rehab.
The 2018 overdose was not the last time Lovato touched heroin. Upon re-entering her life post-rehab, she re-connected with the same dealer she had bought drugs from before. “I had just done a week-long intensive trauma retreat, and the night I had come back from that retreat, I called him,” Lovato admits. As she still tried to process the assault she experienced at her dealer’s hands, she attempted to “rewrite” that experience by reconnecting with him.
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