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Demi Lovato & The 'Glee' Cast To Reunite To Honor Naya Rivera at GLAAD Awards

Demi Lovato & The 'Glee' Cast To Reunite To Honor Naya Rivera at GLAAD Awards

Demi Lovato and the cast of Glee are both set to return to the GLAAD Awards for the upcoming April 8th ceremony.

Glee stars will reunite to honor the late Naya Rivera and her character Santana Lopez with a special tribute, with an introduction from Demi, who played Naya‘s love interest in season five.

According to GLAAD, the tribute will honor the ten-year anniversary of Santana’s coming out as lesbian in the GLAAD Media Award-winning series and spotlight the character’s impact on LGBTQ teens and Latinx LGBTQ representation on television.

Glee cast members set to appear include Jacob Artist, Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Vanessa Lengies, Jane Lynch, Kevin McHale, Heather Morris, Matthew Morrison, Alex Newell, Amber Riley, Harry Shum Jr., Becca Tobin, and Jenna Ushkowitz.

“I’m honored to be joining my GLEE co-stars at the #GLAADawards to pay tribute to LGBTQ teens and honor the legacy and impact of Naya Rivera and her character Santana Lopez. April 8 on @hulu and @YouTube @GLAAD,” Darren shared on Twitter.

Also set to separately appear at the 2021 GLAAD Awards is Matt Bomer, who was a guest star on Glee.

Back in 2016, Demi received the GLAAD’s Vanguard Award, while Glee has picked up two GLAAD Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series in 2010 and 2011.

The 2021 GLAAD Awards will take place on April 8th, premiering exclusively on GLAAD’s YouTube page starting at 8pm ET/PT. It will also start streaming on Hulu starting at 10pm ET/PT that night, and be available to stream on-demand on Hulu until the end of June.

Demi Lovato & Her Friends & Family Share All of the Details About Her Overdose

Demi Lovato & Her Friends & Family Share All of the Details About Her Overdose

Demi Lovato‘s new docu-series Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil has premiere it’s first two episodes.

The 28-year-old entertainer, as well as her close friends and family, shares jarring details about her overdose in the second episode.

In the first episode, Demi and her inner circle talk about the couple of weeks leading up to her overdose and in the second, they go all in on what happened and her time in the hospital.

Demi‘s parents Eddie and Dianna, sisters Dallas and Madison, best friends Matthew Scott Montgomery and Sirah, as well as her former assistant Jordan Jackson, former choreographer and creative director Dani Vitale, longtime head of security Max Lea and her neurologist Dr. Shouri Lahiri, all talk about when they found out she overdosed and what transpired in the time after.

In the doc, Demi‘s former assistant talks about the moment that she found her in her room.

“Honestly, I thought she was just drunk or hungover so I started to nudge her a little bit… She wasn’t really moving. She was drooling. I called security, ‘She’s not waking up. She’s not really responding. I don’t really know what to do,’” Jordan recalled.

She recalled having to sneak away to call 911 and not wanting to get into trouble for calling.

Demi also opened up about how she had come from celebrating Dani‘s birthday and after everyone was leaving, she said she was going to bed, but she really had called her dealer to come over, and she revealed what drugs she had started taking and what she got that night. She also explained that what happened that night was not only her overdosing, but she was also taken advantage of by him.

“And when they found me [the next morning], I was naked, I was blue,” Demi says. “I was literally left for dead after he took advantage of me. And when I woke up in the hospital, they asked if I had had consensual sex. And there was one flash that I had of him on top of me. I saw that flash and I said yes. It actually wasn’t until maybe a month after my overdose that I realized, ‘Hey, you weren’t in any state of mind to make a consensual decision.’”


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Demi Lovato Talks Surviving the 27 Club

Demi Lovato Talks Surviving the 27 Club

Demi Lovato is speaking out about making it past her 27th birthday.

The entertainer will be turning 29 later this year, and in a new interview that aired before her docu-series premiere, she opened up about surviving the “27 Club.”

“Sometimes I still deal with like survivor’s guilt. There’s a lot of musicians that just don’t make it and I was very close to being one of them,” Demi said. “So at certain times after my overdose, where I have said something wrong or gotten attacked or whatever, and people come after me and say, ‘Oh, well I wish it would have been you instead of so and so,’ like that really affects me.”

“It got into my head so much so that I kind of started believing it for a while, and I think that’s why I ended up, you know, slipping, which I talk about,” she continued. “And I think it’s embracing what I went through as a giant lesson for me. I will continued to live every day at my fullest potential because aside from some of the musicians and entertainers that haven’t made it, I think about my friends that haven’t made it.”

“Say I’m having a bad day today, I’m like, ‘You know, I’m having a really bad day today, and so and so is not here to have a bad day,’ so I’m going to either try to flip this bad day around or just like embrace it for what it is as a bad day,” Demi said. “Then use people for support. You know, call up my therapist. You know, it’s taught me a lot. I had to change my way of thinking, from survivor’s guilt to this was a lesson, and live your life to the fullest now.”

If you didn’t know, the “27 Club” refers to a group of popular entertainers, including musicians and actors, who have died at the age of 27 due to drug or alcohol abuse, or violent means, such as suicide, homicide or by a car-related accident.

Stars who have died at 27 include Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, Anton Yelchin and more.


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Why Is Demi Lovato's YouTube Docu-Series 4 Parts? Director Explains

Why Is Demi Lovato's YouTube Docu-Series 4 Parts? Director Explains

Demi Lovato‘s new docu-series Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil is premiering on YouTube today (March 23)!

The 28-year-old’s four part documentary is “an honest look back at some of the most trying times in Lovato’s life. For the first time, Lovato will open up about every aspect that led to her nearly fatal overdose in 2018, and her awakenings in the aftermath as viewers are granted unprecedented access to the superstar’s personal and musical journey over the past three years, including footage from when the initial production for this project began during Lovato’s 2018 Tell Me You Love Me World Tour.”

Demi previously released another documentary, Simply Complicated, back in 2017, but that was just an hour and 18 minutes long.

The director of Dancing With The Devil, Michael D Ratner (pictured here), is explaining why the series is broken up into four parts.

“I think that four parts felt right to me because we cover so many topics. If it was one film released at once, I didn’t think that we would get our due dialogue on each topic,” he told THR.

“There are so many conversations that Demi and I hope spark as a result of this — important conversations. To release everything at once would have resulted in glossing over some stuff that I think deserves its own moment in time and its own big conversation,” he added.

If you missed them, check out photos and video from the premiere of the series on Monday night (March 22).

Demi Lovato Performs 'Dancing With The Devil' at YouTube Docu-Series Premiere

Demi Lovato Performs 'Dancing With The Devil' at YouTube Docu-Series Premiere

Demi Lovato wears a black and white dress to the premiere of her new YouTube docu-series Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil on Monday night (March 22) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 28-year-old entertainer switched up her outfit later in the night to perform the title track for the crowd at the drive-in event, held on top of a parking garage at The Beverly Hilton Hotel.

“Tonight’s performance of ‘Dancing With The Devil’ from the @YouTube Documentary Premiere… @OBB @ratty #DemiDWTD So incredibly proud of you, @ddlovato,” Demi‘s mom Dianna De La Garza captioned a video on Twitter. Watch below!

Demi also performed her song “Anyone,” which will be the first track on her new album Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over, out NEXT Friday, April 2nd.

Also in attendance at the premiere was Demi‘s manager Scooter Braun, with wife Yael, and the director of the docu-series, Michael D Ratner.

The first two episodes of Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil premiere TODAY (March 23) at 12pm PT on YouTube, with the next two episodes premiering the following two Tuesdays.

FYI: Demi is wearing a Martin Martin dress, Kwiat jewelry, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes and a Misela clutch on the carpet. For her performance, she is wearing a Balenciaga top, Givenchy pants, Jen Zuener and David Yurman jewelry, and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes.

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Demi Lovato Says She's Too Fluid To Put a Label On Her Sexuality

Demi Lovato Says She's Too Fluid To Put a Label On Her Sexuality

Demi Lovato looks fierce in red in this photo from her new Paper Magazine cover feature.

The 28-year-old posed for multiple looks and even turned into a bit of an alien for some of the pics.

“Photoshoot of my dreams 👽🌈,” Demi said on Instagram of the shoot.

In the mag, Demi opened up about her sexuality and how she doesn’t really have a specific label for herself.

“Going back over the past year, I thought my life was going to turn out a lot differently than it has,” she said. “At one point I was engaged to a man, and now I’m very much not.”

“I just wanted to allow myself the freedom to match my outside to what I feel like on the inside, and that’s what I’ve done,” she shared about her newly black, short hair.

“The queer label is fine because to me it’s just this blanket statement of being different,” Demi added. “That’s what I can commit to. I feel like I’m too fluid to commit to a label.”

For more from Demi, and to see more of the photos, head to PaperMag.com!

Demi also recently opened up about how she’s not really romantically interested in men anymore.

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Demi Lovato Reveals The 4 Collabs On Her Upcoming Album!

Demi Lovato Reveals The 4 Collabs On Her Upcoming Album!

Demi Lovato is dishing on her upcoming, long-awaited seventh album!

The 28-year-old entertainer’s new LP, Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over, will be released in just a couple of weeks and we’re getting more info on the tracks.

Demi has previously released the song “What Other People Say” with Sam Fischer, which will be the 10th track on the album, and she’s been teasing three more collabs!

Over the past week, the singer has revealed that she will have songs Saweetie and Noah Cyrus, as well as the previously teased track with Ariana Grande.

The Saweetie song is titled “My GFs are My BFs,” and is a female empowerment anthem. Ariana‘s song is called “Met Him Last Night.”

From her new Paper magazine cover feature, we also now know other titles from the album include, “ICU,” “Melon Cake,” “Butterfly” and “The Kind of Lover I Am,” as well as “Anyone” and “Dancing With The Devil,” which will be out this Friday (March 26).

Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over, which features a whopping 19 trcks, is set to be released on Friday, April 2nd. There are multiple alternate album covers available on DemiLovato.com, as well as a Target exclusive edition.

Demi‘s YouTube docu-series “Dancing With The Devil” will also be premiering TOMORROW (March 23)!