Ever since Elton John bought sober three a long time in the past, he’s inspired different stars to do the identical, and he’s thrilled after they conquer their addictions. That’s why he’s was glad to look in Dancing with the Satan, a brand new docuseries that follows Demi Lovato‘s restoration following her near-fatal 2018 drug overdose.
Elton is featured within the fourth and ultimate episode of the multi-part sequence, which is streaming now on YouTube. All through the sequence, Demi frankly discusses her trauma, together with substance abuse, sexual assault, consuming problems, despair and extra.
Elton’s a fan of Demi’s: He invited her to sing “Don’t Go Breaking My Coronary heart” onstage with him in 2016, and she or he later lined that track on Revamp, the all-star 2018 Elton tribute album.
“While you’re younger and also you’re well-known, my God, it’s robust. You’re put up on a pedestal and also you’re not speculated to be human,” Elton says of the previous Disney star. “However in fact we’re not excellent, we’re all human beings. She’s human and she or he’s lovely and she or he’s courageous.”
Whereas Elton is upset that Demi received’t fully swear off alcohol and weed, he notes, “The beauty of Demi is that she has opened up about her addictions and…the stress and the strain of fame at such a younger age, and lots of people are afraid to open up about it.”
“Habit is a lifelong factor, however you may have essentially the most unbelievable life,” Elton notes. “I’ve been sober 30 years. I’ve had essentially the most unbelievable issues occur to me. And I’m hoping that she does, too, as a result of she’s such an ideal woman.”
On Instagram, Elton wrote, “For @ddlovato to make this movie about what she went by way of is so courageous. Your braveness will encourage numerous others and I’m honored to be in your documentary.”
For @ddlovato to make this movie about what she went by way of is so courageous. Your braveness will encourage numerous others and I’m honoured to be in your documentary Exx #DemiDWTDhttps://t.co/WZGVAIAAgr pic.twitter.com/LOMQ1sqKD7
— Elton John (@eltonofficial) April 6, 2021
By Andrea Dresdale
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