DEMI Lovato has addressed her past troubles in her latest music video.
The singer, 27, announced her new song I Love Me earlier this week – dropping the music video on Friday.
The video includes references to her 2018 overdose, as well as her split from Wilmer Valderrama in 2016.
In the opening scene of the new release, Demi is seen in a chic New York loft.
She later leaves the apartment and makes her way on to the street, where she walks past two young girls and a band.
The young girls are believed to symbolize her relationship with younger sister Madison De La Garza, while the scene of the band represents herself and the Jonas Brothers in hit Disney movie Camp Rock.
Following a dance break, Demi touches the arm of a woman being rolled into an ambulance.
The scene is believed to be a nod to her suspected drug overdose in 2018, which resulted in her being hospitalized.
At the time, law enforcement sources told TMZ that Demi was treated with Narcan, which is an emergency medication used to reverse the effects of drug overdoses after she was found unconscious at her home.
Meanwhile her ex Wilmer Valderrama's recent engagement to Amanda Pacheco is referenced to with a clip of a bride and groom on their wedding day.
Demi and the 39-year-old actor started dating back in 2010, but the couple had a few rocky moments due to Demi's addiction struggle.
She had praised him for his unconditional love and support, and claimed that she would say yes if he proposed.
Demi said of Wilmer during a Huffington Post Live: "He never takes credit for my sobriety, but I guarantee I wouldn’t be alive without him today."
But, ultimately, the couple called it quits in 2016 after a source claimed they didn't love each other like before.
The source told E! News: "The relationship had turned into more of a big brother-little sister kind of relationship, the romance wasn’t what it used to be."
The That 70's Show actor announced his engagement to Amanda earlier this year.
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