I know that some girl out there needed to hear this story tonight.

—Demi speaking about Demi Lovato: Stay Strong[1]
Demi Lovato: Stay Strong
Year: 2011
Released: March 6, 2012
Length: 42 minutes
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Director: Davi Russo
Producer: MTV
Radical Media

Demi Lovato: Stay Strong is a documentary by MTV which focuses on Demi Lovato's life after coming out of rehab.


In this one-hour documentary film, Demi will let the MTV audience inside to witness her most private moments, during her very public recovery from her eating disorder. With MTV's cameras following, she'll return for the very first time to the treatment facility she retreated to back in November 2010 to speak candidly to her recovering peers about her experiences, and to thank the counselors and staff who she says kept her alive. She'll also let the MTV audience witness first-hand her on-going evolution as an artist - as she ditches her bubble-gum Disney past and tries on a new persona as confessional singer-songwriter, and performs an album full of deeply personal material in-front of sold-out crowds for the first time.


MTV's Stay Strong Re-airing Dates

MTV's Stay Strong Re-airing Dates


  • In 2017, during her latest documentary titled Simply Complicated, Demi stated that she was using cocaine during the making of this documentary.


  1. Idolator - "Demi Lovato: Stay Strong" documentary
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