Demi Lovato performed her single “Dancing With the Devil” and delivered some “One Word Songs” during a visit to the Tonight Show Friday.
“It was very challenging because everything I went through in that storytelling journey in making the documentary was difficult, and I had to work through a lot of those things before I actually told the story on camera,” Lovato said, “but I’ve been working on myself and putting in a lot of work behind the scenes so that when it was time to put it on camera, I felt completely secure in telling my story.”
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The singer added, “It’s been really cathartic, really really therapeutic, and I’m just hoping that a lot of people can learn from what I went through and also create conversation around those topics.”
Lovato and Fallon then lightened the mood with “One Word Songs,” a Name That Tune-type game where they had to guess popular tracks by singing the melody using only one word; for instance, Lovato sang “Since U Been Gone” but with the only lyric being “Tube-Top,” and Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” with “panini”: