Talented but troubled singer Demi Lovato completed another stint at rehab after a near-fatal overdose, three years ago. In an exclusive, Page Six said that a source close to the “Confident” singer said that Demi, who came out as non binary and uses the pronoun they/them returned to Utah for treatment but was now back to their home and was “doing well.”
Page Six asked Lovato’s representatives for comment, but has received no response, as yet.
Lovato had recently told fans that “California sober” which means drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana no longer worked for them. In early December, the “Dancing with the Devil” singer said in an Instagram story that “Sober, sober is the only way to be.”
Following this post, the 29-year old singer posted a photo with a shaved head. They flashed an edgy smile that complimented the buzz cut. They wore a blue toe-dye casual shirt, teamed with silver earrings. They also wore a simple necklace. However, they used make-up to make them look glamorous. The clip had a series of smiling emojis. Earlier, Demi had sported a pixie cut.
Fans who closely follow the talented performer and former Disney star noticed that the photo seemed to have been taken at the rehab facility. The photo represented a “fresh start.”
The Lovato sisters—Dallas, Demi and Madison recently featured in a video on TikTok that showed their reunion. Dallas Lovato, the eldest sibling shared the video. The 33-year old wrote the following words over the video: “When you get exactly what you wished for on Christmas…your sister.” She also added a red heart emoji. In the video, Demi said, “I tricked you, I’m sorry,” as they hugged 20-year old Madison, who was teary-eyed.
The “I Love Me” singer had suffered a near-fatal overdose in 2018 but had explained why she did not want to be completely sober, in an interview with Glamour magazine.
The performer had detailed their overdose in a documentary series on YouTube called “Dancing with the Devil.” They had candidly shared details with their fans about the worsening grip that meth and heroin use had on them up to how they almost died and all the complications they faced due to the near-fatal heroin-laced with fentanyl overdose. They had also shared their journey up to the stage of receiving injections of Vivitrol to stop the effects of the opioids.