Singer Demi Lovato hospitalized for drug overdose

Singer Demi Lovato hospitalized for drug overdose

Singer Demi Lovato hospitalized for drug overdose

The 25-year-old "Skyscraper" singer reportedly rushed to the hospital after being found unconscious and revived by Narcan - which is used to counter the effects of opioids - at her home in Hollywood Hills just before noon Tuesday.

The "Sorry Not Sorry" singer has always been vocal about her struggles with drug addiction, and last month revealed via song that she had relapsed after six years of sobriety.

In a 2017 YouTube documentary, "Simply Complicated", Lovato spoke about years of substance abuse, eating disorders, and drinking, saying she first started using cocaine when she was 17.

Lovato has openly shared her obstacles with fans throughout her recovery. In a statement, they said, "In light of recent reports, we have made a decision to replace the episode of BEAT SHAZAM with another all-new episode". On the song "Sober", she sings the lyrics: "Momma, I'm so sorry I'm not sober anymore/And daddy please forgive me for the drinks spilled on the floor". "I want to be a role model but I'm only human".

She was scheduled to perform in Atlantic City on Thursday, however it is believed that has been cancelled. I am so happy you're alive.

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Proving to be a woman of many talents, Demi released her debut album Don't Forget in 2008.

Ellen DeGeneres tweeted that "it breaks my heart that she is going through this. Sending love and healing prayers to her", talk show host Wendy Williams wrote. And may you receive the love so many have for you.

Lovato suffered an overdose and was hospitalized, according to TMZ.

Despite her stint in rehab, Lovato admitted in the film that she lied about her sobriety in the media, and would frequently sneak drugs on planes in bathrooms, and conduct interviews discussing her sobriety while high.

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