Nick Jonas alongside the singers other close friends speak out in the documentary, with Nick focusing on the 2010 incident when Demi punched one of her dancers in the face and gave them a black eye. "Demi was on a road to, like, suicide". In this new documentary, however, she and her loved ones talk about this time with more detail and vulnerability than ever before.
"When I'm comfortable in my own skin, I feel confident, when I feel confident, I feel sexy and when I feel sexy. watch out" she added.
"I had anxiety around this interview" she admits. Its lead single, "Sorry Not Sorry", has been certified platinum in the States, and is Demi's highest charting single to date in the USA, peaking at number eight so far.
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Simply Complicated debuts on YouTube on October 17.
India, Japan at level 1-1 after 1st quarter
India, playing its first tournament under new coach Marijne Sjoerd, got off the blocks in the third minute when S.V. Sunil, after a fine one-two with Akashdeep Singh, pushed the ball into an open net.
AAP stages protests outside metro stations against fare hike
Taking to Twitter, the DCW chief, Swati Maliwal wrote, "DCW survey on 2516 women reveals 97% women unhappy wid metro fare hike. The second fare hike came into effect from October 10 wherein there has been an increase of Rs 10 for all travels beyond 5 km.
Matt Damon crashes Chris Hemsworth's Thor: Ragnarok interview
Hemsworth told Kimmel that Damon and his family have visited him in Australia and that Damon is his friend, but more out of pity. Though the film will officially release next week across all local cinemas, Thor: Ragnarok world premiere was held today at LA.
There's only a few days left to spend your old pound coins
Barry Williams, the discount store chain's trading director, said it was a "no brainer" to continue to accept the old coins. That's despite the supermarket giant announcing it has not modified all their shopping trolleys to accept the new tender.
Found the missing half of the Universe
Both teams, looking at over a million pairs of galaxies , found evidence of gas filaments in the space between galaxies. The teams looked at galaxies mapped in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey predicted to be connected by baryons.