"I don't know if I'll lose him for the rest of my life. She Doesn't Identify as Straight During a fitting, Lovato tells stylist Avo Yermagyan she has been using the invite-only dating app Raya. I am open to human connection, so whether that's through a male or female, it doesn't matter to me," she says.She's doesn't have a type, per se, but she attracted to athletes."I had started working at that time and was under a lot of stress, so I would bake cookies for my family.I would eat all of them and nobody would have any to eat."It's embarrassing to look back at the person I was."4. Lovato continued to use drugs in secret, and even faked drug tests using other people's urine. At her lowest, Lovato invited two "random people" to party in her hotel room and got "really, really drunk" with them before a flight in 2012.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.
"The most important fear to Demi is losing people—losing people who she cares about and who love her," he says.
, 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.
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.
Her manager, Phil Mc Intyre, says she did interviews about her sobriety while high.
"She was on air promoting this new way of life," he says.