Demi Lovato Dancing With The Devil video recreates her 2018 heroin overdose

Demi Lovato recreates 2018 heroin overdose in her music video for new music video Dancing With The Devil.

The emotional single was written at the hight of Demi's very public battles with drugs and alcohol.

The superstar tragically overdosed on heroin in 2018 and was rushed to hospital.

Even after her near death experience, Demi admits she returned to taking hard drugs once more.

In the a series of images taken from the video and given to Entertainment Weekly, Demi can be seen recreating her horror night.

In one shot she is at the bar, another she is being taken away on a hospital stretcher.

A third image sees her attached to wires in a hospital bed.

Chatting to the publication about the song, the former Disney star said: ""Sometimes being descriptive can be triggering, but that's the sad, sad truth of how dark it can get," she said. "That's important to give people, too."

A short clip of the video was played out on Thursday's edition of Good Morning America.

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In the video medics can be seen rushing to fix Demi as the track plays.

Speaking in episode three of her new YouTube series, Demi explained in detail for the first time about what happen in her darkest moments.

Demi said: "I thought 'how did I pick up the same drugs that put me in the hospital?' I was mortified by my decisions.

I had just done a week long intensive trauma retreat.

The night that I came back from that retreat I called him.

I wanted to rewrite his choice of violating me. I wanted it to now be my choice. And he also had something that I wanted. Which were drugs. And yeah, I ended up getting high."

Talking handily about her overdose, Demi said: "When they found me I was naked.

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"I was blue. I was literally left for dead after he took advantage of me.

"I called him back and I said 'no, I aim going to fuck you'.

"It didn't fix anything, it didn't take anything away. It just made me feel worse. That for some reason was my way of taking the power back.

"All it did was bring me back to my knees of begging to God for help."

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