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Demi Lovato Shows Her Gratitude To Director Michael D. Ratner For Sharing Her Story “In The Most Honest, Transparent, And Tasteful Way”

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Demi Lovato released her highly-expected docu-series titled ‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil‘ on March 23, 2021, through an official YouTube channel and celebrated it with multiple social media posts.

The singer and songwriter, who seems really proud to have finally told her story sincerely, did not skip thanking the director of the documentary, Michael D. Ratner. On the release day, Lovato updated her verified Instagram feed with a photo of herself with Ratner, also known as Ratty, and expressed that all of these would have not become true unless his efforts.

Alongside the photo captured at the premiere of the documentary, at Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, the ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ singer wrote:

“Not only has your friendship meant a lot to me over the years but now embarking on the journey together solidified the bond we had that began to grow before.”

Then Lovato called OBB Media Founder and CEO “her brother,” and concluded her message as follows:

“I’ll never be able to thank you enough for helping me share my story in the most honest, transparent, tasteful way possible. I can’t wait for everything else we are working on together 💞 THANK YOU.”

A shortly after, the ‘In Football We Trust‘ director jumped into the comments section to reply to her in an adorable way. After describing the singer as “the realest” Ratner added:

“D!! 🥺 this means so much to me. Unbelievably proud to see the overwhelming response to the doc, your vision, truth and your tremendous hard work paying off. What a truly incredible journey it was and we did it together.”

The first two episodes of the documentary series are available on YouTube. Click here to view Lovato’s original post.

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