Demi Lovato reveals she had three strokes and a heart attack in new docu-series

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Demi Lovato in Dancing With The Devil.
Demi Lovato in Dancing With The Devil.
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  • Demi Lovato is opening up about her 2018 drug overdose in a new docu-series.
  • Dancing With The Devil delves into the most trying times of the singer's life.
  • "I had three strokes, I had a heart attack," says the 28-year-old in the trailer.


Demi Lovato is opening up about her 2018 drug overdose for the first time in the docu-series Dancing With The Devil.

The Skyscraper singer who "suffered an apparent heroin overdose" was rushed to hospital after she was found unconscious at her house in Los Angeles.

READ MORE | Demi Lovato rushed to hospital due to apparent overdose - reports

According to a press release for the series, it will give "an honest look back at some of the most trying times in Lovato's life as she unearths her prior traumas and discovers the importance of her physical, emotional, and mental health," reports People.

In the trailer for the four-part YouTube original series, the 28-year-old reveals she had three strokes and a heart attack.

"My doctors said that I have five to ten more minutes."

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Demi is still dealing with the aftermath. During a press call, which is part of the Television Critics Association press tour, she revealed that she has brain damage, doesn't drive because there are blind spots in her vision and that she couldn't read for a long time, reports CNN.

"I feel like they kind of are still there to remind me of what could happen if I ever get into a dark place again."

She added: "I'm grateful for those reminders, but also I'm so grateful that I was someone who didn't have to do a lot of rehabbing. The rehabbing came on the emotional side and the therapeutic side, internally. I did a lot of work after that — just not physically."

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