MTV is proud to present an honest raw look at the darker side of celebrity spiral and recovery in DDemi Lovato's new documentary "Stay Strong."

Demi Lovato hit the entertainment industry running at age 7 with Barney and Friends and by 14 she broke into the big time with Disney's Camp Rock at age 14. She always knew that music would be a part of her life, but no one prepared her for the ongoing and non-stop pressure of being a popular artist and a role model to fans around the world.

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"I never thought that I would be a role model. Everyone made me a role model and I hated that"

Lovato gives fans a sobering look at the addictions and disorders that slowly began to take over her life at the height of her teenage popularity. Lovato battled severe depression, eating disorders (anorexia/bulimia) and self harming (cutting).

During her 2010 tour, Demi Lovato with the help of family checked into rehab with the following statement. “Demi has decided to take personal responsibility for her actions and seek help,” it added, “She is doing just that.”

While in rehab, Lovato made one of the most important decisions in her life - to let fans in on her daily life, struggles and afflictions - to be honest without carrying around the weight of who she is supposed to be.

The documentary runs for 1 hour and begins as Lovato is about to begin her first show after a long recovery and reflection. She has inspired fans in countless ways to face themselves and get help.

"I am not fixed - this is a daily battle, but I continue to work my butt off because I want to be a geuine role model"

Stay tuned for the Entire Documentaryu coming Saturday March 10.

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