"The most important fear to Demi is losing people—losing people who she cares about and who love her," he says."That's the most important thing to Demi." As Lovato herself says in the documentary, "It wasn't a matter of they're going to leave; it was they're leaving.She Spent Time in a Psych Ward While in Palm Springs, Lovato's specialist says the singer had to be hospitalized after locking herself in her bedroom and swallowing pills. The bottle of pills is there, she grabs the pills, she then downs all the other pills and says, 'You f--king bitch! "I was so drunk, I vomited in the back of the car service on the way to the airport to perform on ," she says. "I felt like that was a moment in my career where I didn't care," she admits.If I just tried to kill myself, why would you give me access to pills? Lovato was admitted to the hospital's psychiatric ward, but refused to get clean. "I just knew that I needed to be high to get through whatever I was going through that point."Mike Bayer, Lovato's personal-development coach, says he noticed a shift in Lovato after her management team threatened to fire her if she didn't get sober."She was on air promoting this new way of life," he says."I was like, 'You're so full of it.'"Lovato knew she was burning bridges.
"I started to choke a little bit, and my heart started racing.I just wasn't ready and there was so much in my life that I hadn't explored yet...That was one of the reasons why we broke up, because I've never been alone," the "Give Your Heart a Break" singer explains. We decided together that we just probably are better as friends."At times, she has regrets. I think it will be, because you don't share six years with somebody and not give them a piece of your heart, and vice versa.Directed by Hannah Lux Davis and filmed over the course of seven months in early 2017, it covers everything from her eating disorder to her sobriety, and even her first major heartbreak. She first drank alcohol and smoked marijuana, and she tried cocaine around the time she was working for the Disney Channel.Lovato's mom warned her the drug could stop her heart, but the actress says she "did it anyway," explaining, "I loved it. During an appearance on Ellen's show, Lovato revealed she's "very single" these days.And while she's happily "finding out more about myself every day," De Generes was on a mission to hook her up with another star.In the end, almost none of them could hold a candle against Rihanna, though the "Twilight" star was a close runner up., premiered on You Tube Tuesday, giving fans a raw look at her road to recovery. Lovato Tried Cocaine for the First Time at Age 17After being bullied for years in school, a popular student peer pressured Lovato into partying.She's doesn't have a type, per se, but she attracted to athletes."There is something sexy about someone putting in all of their physical strength into their passion," she says.