Demi Lovato is speaking out about her road to recovery after overdosing on heroin in 2018. In her interview with CBS Sunday Monday, Demi touches on her past substance abuse and how she’s learning to take back control over her life. She said the doctors told me that I had five to 10 minutes. If no one had found me, I wouldn’t be here and I’m grateful that I’m sitting here today. She opened up about the progress she’s made in dealing with her substance abuse issues. That full CBS Sunday Morning interview is up for watch on Also Lovato’s first part of the four-part documentary series: Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil premiered on YouTube today.

Raise your glass, because Pink is shedding some light on the circus she calls life. Amazon announced its original movie, All I Know So Far will launch globally on May 21 on Prime Video. The film will document Pink on her massive 2019 Beautiful Trauma world tour, showing both her skills as a Rockstar on stage and a Rockstar as a mom, wife and boss. The movie will combine footage from the road with behind the scenes interviews and personal material, giving fans more of a glimpse in the singer’s life than ever before.

(19) P!nk on Twitter: “✨MAY 21st. ALL I KNOW SO FAR. Directed by the one and only Michael Gracey. Starring the cutest kids, made by me. I’m in there, too 👩🏼‍🎤 Come jump on the tour bus and see how it really goes. Cause it’s Wembley F*cking Stadium. @PrimeVideo ✨#comingsoon” / Twitter

Lizzo is making a new reality competition series for Amazon. The project is a competition series seeking full-figured models and dancers. The goal is to find people talented enough to accompany her on stage as part of her next crew. The official description says only the most talented dancers and models will have what it takes to twerk it out on tour and stomp it out on the runway. The casting call is seeking people who have for far too long been underrepresented and under-appreciated. Lizzo will executive produce the series. Learn more here!

Even better than the sweet smell of success? The taste, if you ask Joe Jonas. He celebrated DNCE’s Cake by the Ocean reaching a billion streams on Spotify by literally eating McDonald’s off the plaque. Jonas said one billion never tasted so good. The song released in September 2015, was the debut single from DNCE.

(19) J O E J O N A S on Twitter: “One Billion never tasted so good! Thank you @Spotify!” / Twitter