“But I’ve picked myself up every time,” she said, adding that “in the film, it showcases every single time that I’ve picked myself back up and made changes to grow.” New rumours about Demi’s sexual orientation surfaced after she was spotted holding hands with another woman last month.The woman who she was getting close to at Disneyland in Los Angeles was reported to be Lauren Abedini, a DJ and producer.She is open to dating men and women, sharing, “That's how I've always felt.” Demi also commended all the women who are coming forward to speak out about Harvey Weinstein.
At one point during the documentary, the audience hears how “Demi was on a road to suicide” during a particularly turbulent period of the 25-year-old musician’s life.
Demi had also told fans that if they wanted to know more about her sexuality, they should watch the film.
The “Sorry Not Sorry" singer admitted she has had more than one rock-bottom moment, saying, “I've been through a few, but I've picked myself up every time, so in the film, you know, it showcases every single time that I've picked myself back up and made changes to grow.” One of those moments was when she punched one of her backup dancers on a plane, an experience that led Demi to get help.
She explained, “It's a little bit like, I wish I didn't do that, but I take full responsibility for it in this film.” Of her sexual orientation, Lovato revealed she is looking for “a human connection” and even joined a few dating apps.
The song’s lyrics include: “Got a taste for the cherry / I just need to take a bite”, and “I’m a little curious, too / tell me if it’s wrong, if it’s right / I don’t care / I can keep a secret, can you?