Like, right now. It's an incredible insight the pop star's life.
Lovato said that she regularly hits the gym and that it's helped her from relapsing into drugs and alcohol.
She recalled the final time she drank, she threw up the next morning on the way to the airport before performing on "American Idol" while hungover.
This documentary includes never before told stories that inform the person she is today.
Her manager Phil McIntyre recalled: 'We were in NY and she clearly was on something, and she was on air promoting this new way of life, and I was like, "You're so full of it"'. My dad was an addict and an alcoholic.
The first rehab attempt didn't work, and Lovato admits, "I wasn't working my program". I was using while I had a sober companion, and I went through about 20 different sober companions. "Nobody knew." Other vignettes include performing hungover, with the singer recalling, "I was so drunk, I vomited in the back of the auto service on the way to the airport to perform on American Idol". "It wasn't a matter of if they're going to leave; it was they're leaving".
The singer has spoken openly about her previous bouts with bulimia but revealed in the documentary that she has had a relapse.
Simply Complicated sheds light on the incredible difficulties that follow the pressures of living in the public eye. "You always continue to be bold and real".
"I would sneak out and get drugs, I would fake my drug tests with other people's pee.There was one night when I used a bunch of coke and I popped a few Xanax bars, and I began to choke a little bit".
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Lovato, 25, was also diagnosed as bipolar during that very first experience getting treatment, which she believes explains some of her past behavior, such as staying up all night writing music as a kid.