Demi Lovato fans are #SorryNotSorry they enjoyed "Simply Complicated" so much.
The documentary was released on YouTube on Oct. 17, and in the first week it was available, it was viewed more than 7 million times around the world, Variety reports. Fans got a chance to learn more about Lovato, who was candid about her struggles with depression, substance abuse and an eating disorder. So far, the response on Twitter has been extremely positive; there has been a wave of tweets commending the pop star for her open and inspiring message, including from "Glee" alum Jenna Ushkowitz.
Simply Complicated truly is a career changing moment for Demi. She opened up so much that it is impacting people's lives— ً (@ButeraDemetria) October 22, 2017
Demi has always been my bitch, but I have a newfound respect for her because of Simply Complicated— kourt 🌻 (@kxurtneyyyy) October 20, 2017
I knew Simply Complicated was gonna have a postive impact on how people view Demi but its really so overwhelming how much love shes gotten— alexis (@thehalfbIoodlex) October 21, 2017
A large contingent of fans are very vocally pulling for Lovato and her ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama to reunite after she revealed in the documentary that she still loves him.
Demi loves Wilmer so much i honestly think they're going to eventually find their way back to each other but thats just my opinion— alexis (@thehalfbIoodlex) October 18, 2017
I still think Demi and Wilmer are gonna end up getting married pic.twitter.com/Yfid1yggs7— ㅤً (@alltheredlace) October 17, 2017
if demi and wilmer don't find their way back to each other i'm suing the united states of america— ً (@souIfullylovato) October 18, 2017
Demi and Wilmer were still in love but she had to conquer some of her personal issues. She wasn't ready for him -> Ready For Ya— ° (@waitinforyademi) October 17, 2017
Whatever happens for Lovato personally and professionally from here, she has inspired a lot of people and brought important issues to light.
"Simply Complicated" is streaming on YouTube now.
[via: Variety; Twitter]