• Demi Lovato said no topics are off limits when it comes to her show
  • Roku said the show would cover the edgiest social topics in frank discussions
  • "The Demi Lovato Show" was originally slated for release on the now-defunct Quibi

"Sorry Not Sorry" singer Demi Lovato has been confirmed as the talk show host of The Roku Channel's "The Demi Lovato Show," which will start airing next month. The channel unveiled its first dozen-plus of Roku Originals on Tuesday and it included “The Demi Lovato Show,” which was originally ordered by the now-defunct Quibi.

The Demi Lovato Show” will launch as the first Roku original to land on Roku’s free and ad-supported streaming channel. Each episode of the show will run for 10 minutes and feature celebrity guests, exploring topics that include mental health, activism, police reform, sex positivity, UFOs, gender identity and more.

According to Roku, Lovato’s show will address “some of today’s edgiest social topics in frank and honest discussions.” Some of the celebrities confirmed to make appearances on the show are Jameela Jamil, Lucy Hale and transgender Niki Dragun.

“Some conversations can be difficult, but I’ve never been one to shy away from speaking candidly about things,” said Lovato in a statement. “We wanted to create a space that normalizes living your own truth—where people can speak, engage and more importantly, learn, together.”

Lovato also teased that no topics are off limits when it comes to her show. “There’s something therapeutic about having raw discussions that people can relate to and with ‘The Demi Lovato Show’ no topics are off limits and opinions are welcome,” she said. “I’m so excited for people to see how these conversations unfold on The Roku Channel,” she added.

"The Demi Lovato Show" was originally titled "Pillow Talk with Demi Lovato" before it made its way to Roku Channel. It is produced by Good Story Entertainment and Scooter Braun’s SB Projects and directed by Hannah Lux Davis. Executive producers include Lovato, Scooter Braun, JD Roth, Adam Greener, Alison Kaye, Scott Manson, Todd Yasui and Sara Hansemann.

Roku paid about $100 million to acquire Quibi’s assets and swiped much of Quibi’s library after the streaming service shut down in April. All the titles from Quibi would be rebranded and streamed on the Roku Channel as free content starting next month.

Demi Lovato Dancing With The Devil
Demi Lovato is pictured in a still from her four-part documentary, "Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil," available exclusively on YouTube. OBB Media