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MTV announced on Monday that singer and actress Demi Lovato will make a live appearance in the network’s Time Square studio in New York City on Tuesday at 11 p.m.
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Lovato will share her thoughts on the one-hour documentary, Demi Lovato: Stay Strong, which premieres earlier that night at 10 p.m.
Hosted by MTV News correspondent Suchin Pak, Lovato will do a live Q&A, share some deleted scenes from the documentary, and give viewers a first look at her appearance on MTV’s candid camera prank series, Punk’d.
The network encourages fans to take part in the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #staystrong and by submitting questions to the @MTVNews and @MTV Twitter accounts with the hashtag #AskDemi.
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Demi Lovato: Stay Strong follows the teen in recovery and as she returns to touring after canceling her tour with the Jonas Brothers in 2010 and seeking treatment for “emotional and physical issues.” Viewers will also watch her spend Thanksgiving 2011 with her family and revisit the Dallas treatment center.
The documentary was produced by @radical.media with executive producer Justin Wilkes, producer Samantha Storr and director Davi Russo. MTV’s Dave Sirulnick and Ryan Kroft serve as executive producers with Jonathan Mussman as the executive in charge of production for the network.
The pop star also will perform on NBC’s Today on Tuesday.
Watch the trailer for the hour-long doc below.
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