The singer was rushed to hospital yesterday..
- J O E J O N A S (@joejonas) July 25, 2018We should all wrap our arms of love around Demi Lovato.
Just after unconfirmed reports published Tuesday afternoon that pop star Demi Lovato had been hospitalized for an apparent overdose, many fellow celebrities - including recent collaborators - took to Twitter to state their love and well-wishes.
Lovato's history of addiction is something the artist has been very outspoken about, yet so many people were shocked that it was heroin and that "she seemed so well before".
Selena's mother Mandy Teefy shared a throwback image of the two friends at Selena's 16th birthday. In 2015 Lovato was spokeswoman for the "Be Vocal: Speak Up for Mental Health" campaign and talked to Women's Health about why she went public with her mental health issues. Her albums "Confident", which earned her a Grammy nomination, and "Tell Me You Love Me" followed. "So that fact that she had six years. she's way ahead of the curve already", he said, referencing her earlier comments that she had been six years sober.
The 25-year-old singer is reported to be in a stable condition in hospital in Los Angeles following a suspected drug overdose.
Lovato's ongoing tour featured pre-show sessions on mental health awareness from Mike Bayer, founder and CEO of CAST Centers, which Lovato co-owns, and chairman of its nonprofit CAST Foundation, and the singer was outspoken with fans about her experiences with addiction and depression.
Like all of you I am thinking of @DDLovato right now. Nearly immediately, Brad Paisley expressed his support for Lovato, with whom he has collaborated with over the years, most recently on his 2016 song "Without a Fight".
Just over a month ago, she surprise-released a song called Sober admitting to fans that she had fallen off the wagon. "To the ones who never left me / We've been down this road before / I'm so sorry, I'm not sober anymore".
She started partying in a bid to fit in with her peers, and says that drinking escalated to drugs. "I didn't think I would make it to 21".