The Demi Lovato Moment We Were Never Meant To See

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The Demi Lovato Moment We Were Never Meant To See

On the show today… 

The Bachelorette contestant Jess Glasgow has been fined $4,000 due to his appearance on the dating show, but says his time on the series was "edited majorly". Angie Kent strongly disagrees.

And according to a new interview, we’ve all been saying Khloé Kardashian’s name wrong for years and honestly, this is the stupidest Kardashian story to ever take a spin through the news cycle.

Plus, in today's deep dive...the first two episodes of Demi Lovato’s highly anticipated new documentary Dancing with the Devil have premiered on YouTube. The documentary chronicles the lead-up to her highly publicised near-fatal overdose in 2018 and the events that followed.  But as we now know from the production team,  it also contains scenes we were never meant to see.

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