Demi Lovato has long been an advocate for mental health, and in a recent episode of the "Jonathan Ross Show," she recounted the difficult times in her life and what led her to face her addiction. The 25-year old singer shared that her family finally intervened when her drug and alcohol abuse got out of hand and her parents thought it would be a bad influence on her younger sister, Madison De La Garza. Lovato shared that her parents, Patrick Martin Lovato and Dianna De La Garza prohibited her from seeing her half-sister Madison "if I was doing stuff," Page Six reported.

That was when the singer finally realized that she truly needed to "get help and get sober." She admitted, "I had hit rock bottom and I just needed to do this for myself."

Singer admitted to self-medicating

Demi Lovato, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, was finally treated in 2011 after she physically attacked a back-up dancer on tour. She admitted that she "ended up self-medicating and coping with unhealthy behaviors," not aware that she was mentally ill. Her first record following her rehabilitation was "Unbroken," which was released in 2011. It featured the song "Skyscraper," which Lovato admitted was very emotional for her to record because it spoke of her struggles and how she overcame them.

Since then, the singer went on to release two more records, "Demi" in 2013 and "Confident" in 2015. Just yesterday, Lovato released her latest record, "Tell Me You Love Me."

Lovato might be secretly in love with best friend Nick Jonas

Now that Demi Lovato's "Tell Me You Love Me" has been released, fans have been scrutinizing her songs and wondering who they are about.

One song is standing out, as MTV reports that fans are speculating how "Ruin The Friendship" may be about her best friend, Nick Jonas. When Lovato and Jonas appeared on James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke," the two admitted that they never dated despite working together on various Disney projects. Lovato famously dated Jonas brother Joe, but remains friends with Nick.

In "Ruin The Friendship," Lovato sings about literally ruining a friendship by possibly getting romantic with a friend. She explained to MTV, "I think that everything happens for a reason and certain emotions are felt at certain points in your life, and you don't always have to explain them to people."

Demi Lovato's "Tell Me You Love Me" is now available wherever music is sold or streamed.