Demi Lovato 'getting better' after reported overdose

Demi Lovato 'getting better' after reported overdose

Anything could happen to the brain in an overdose, and in Demi's case, her ability to sing could be lost.' Oh no!

One of Lovato's backup dancers, Dani Vitale, from her Tell Me You Love Me tour, broke her silence on Sunday, asking fans to stop with the negativity.

Following her apparent overdose on July 24, Live Nation released this statement to ET: "Demi's Atlantic City appearance on July 26th has been canceled in light of today's news".

While another a second source told E!

When the actress is ready to be discharged from the hospital, insiders claim that she will be headed straight to rehab to begin her recovery. It's still unclear when she'll be allowed to leave the hospital, though the source said she is thankfully "expected to make a full recovery".

The singer previously went to rehab when she was 18.

That being said, aside from her family members, there were also celebrity friends who posted messages of support dedicated to Lovato. But the friends acted very quickly and saved her life'.

"This time, Demi didn't listen and Phil chose to part ways with her", the source added. "Some of the information being reported is incorrect and they respectfully ask for privacy and not speculation as her health and recovery is the most important thing right now". It's still unknown exactly what she was taking before falling unconscious - initial reports suggested that it was heroin, but since then multiple sources close to Demi have been adamant that she wasn't using heroin.

The pair has been openly supportive of one another ever since, with Demi revealing in her 2017 documentary Simply Complicated that she had "never loved anybody" like she loved Wilmer and will always adore him.