Ex Disney star Demi Lovato reveals why she punched dancer

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She dropped her YouTube documentary, "Simply Complicated", to critical acclaim. And in August, she released her second fashion line with Fabletics and Kate Hudson.

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Demi shared the pictures and captioned the post, "Recovery is possible". Watch the full documentary now on @YouTube! "When I got diagnosed with bipolar disorder, it just made sense", she said.

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Despite going for a very long stretch of time not binging and purging, Demi revealed that breaking up with Wilmer Valderama past year is what triggered her recent relapse. However, after the couple broke up in June 2016, the singer revealed that she "immediately" relapsed. "I wanted to be the role model that I needed growing up". After Wilmer leaves, Demi gets candid with the camera, saying, "I think my heart is always with Wilmer". What started the relapse was missing Wilmer. "Food is still the biggest challenge in my life and it controls-I don't want to give it the power to say it controls my every thought, but it's something that I'm constantly thinking about". The documentary also features accounts from close members of her inner circle, including Nick and Joe Jonas, giving details about how her life was nearly destroyed.

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"I would bake cookies for my family and I would eat all of them and nobody would have any to eat", she said. "I just wasn't ready, and there was so much of my life that I hadn't explored yet". And when it comes to getting down and dirty, the singer says, "There's a certain stigma around women having casual sex and for me, I feel it's my body, it's my choice, it's exciting, it's a connection with somebody and it's fun". "We talked on the plane for two hours", a conversation that Lovato doesn't even remember having. In a recent interview with Teen Vogue, Demi also explained that she wanted to make the film because, "there weren't a lot of young pop stars...talking about their issues, and I wanted [to be] someone that my little sister could look up to". Congratulations to her on her inspiring recovery.