Demi Lovato Premieres New Talk Show — Here’s How to Watch
Demi Lovato has a new talk show, and you can binge all the episodes for free right now in less than an hour. In the short clips, Lovato interviews various celebrity guests about topics such as feminism, eating disorders, and even UFOs.
The Demi Lovato Show was announced earlier this year. All nine episodes premiered Friday on The Roku Channel. The clips are available for free on the channel’s website. The shortest interview is five minutes, and the longest is seven minutes.
‘The Demi Lovato Show’ Premieres on Roku Channel
In the first episode of the show, Lovato talks to their friends Matthew Scott Montgomery and Sirah, whom they call their “literal angels.” The pair share their emotional reaction to learning about Lovato’s overdose. The singer tears up as they listen to the pair talk about it.
Other guests on the show include beauty YouTuber Nikita Dragun, ufologist Steven M. Greer, rapper YG, nutritionist Elyse Resch, and life coach Jay Shetty. Lovato also speaks to actresses Olivia Munn, Jameela Jamil, and Lucy Hale.
Munn talks about how her feminism influences the roles she takes, and how she plays her characters. She speaks on the Me Too movement, saying her career was threatened for speaking out. Munn also discusses her depression and suicidal thoughts.
Jamil talks about the unrealistic expectations placed on women and misconceptions about feminism. Hale discusses the controversy surrounding her Pretty Little Liars storyline, as well as her struggles with anorexia and the importance of sex positivity.
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Where Else to Watch Lovato on the Internet
If you watch all of Lovato’s new interviews and want more content from the former X Factor judge, you’re in luck. They also host a podcast called 4D with Demi Lovato, which you can watch on their YouTube channel. Guests have included Jane Fonda, JoJo, and Chaz Bono.
You can also check out Lovato’s YouTube docuseries Dancing with the Devil, which documents the singer’s experiences surrounding their overdose in 2018. And if that’s still not enough, just wait until Lovato’s upcoming series about UFOs on Peacock.
Lovato posted about their new talk show on social media Friday, writing, “I had such a fun time filming this show and getting to know even MORE about my lovely guests.”