PEOPLE reports Demi Lovato is now in stable condition after enduring an apparent heroin overdose.
Several celebrities, including recent collaborators, publicly offered support for Demi Lovato amid reports that the pop singer had been hospitalized after an apparent overdose. In June 2018 she released a song, Sober, detailing how she had relapsed after the treatment.
In Simply Complicated she admitted that the extent of her drug addiction was worse than most realised. She shared this hard news in her single, “Sober”. Her debut album Don’t Forget sold over 500,000 copies, while the follow-up Here We Go Again debuted at No 1 on the Billboard 200.
In a 2015 interview with fashion magazine Elle, Lovato said that she had felt suicidal thoughts from age seven, even while appearing as a cheery girl in Barney And Friends alongside Selena Gomez.
Sources told TMZ they believed it was heroin based on what they saw inside her home, but a source said it was not heroin but refused to divulge to the website what caused the OD.
Lovato has been open about her struggles with mental health, addiction, self-harm and disordered eating over the years, and until recently was six years sober from cocaine usage.
Ellen DeGeneres, Lily Allen and Ariana Grande immediately posted to their Twitter when news broke on Tuesday as she shared their love.
“Just officially turned 6 years sober”.
Lovato’s Atlantic City concert planned for Thursday has been cancelled in the wake of her overdose.
Keep it locked for more updates on Demi. “Sending love and healing prayers to her”, talk show host Wendy Williams wrote. So, to be honest with the whole world, [to share] something that you struggled with very publicly, it’s something that is very admirable.