Demi Lovato’s backup dancer asks for an end to ‘negative’ speculation

Demi Lovato’s backup dancer asks for an end to ‘negative’ speculation

Demi Lovato is still recuperating at the hospital and she is reportedly said to be facing "complications" after she was admitted due to a suspected drug overdose.

The new information comes amid another report that indicates the pop star's team recently attempted to stage an intervention, but Demi rejected their help.

The 25-year-old singer was taken to hospital last week after she allegedly took a mystery substance and was found unconscious in her home, and now her tour mate and collaborator DJ Khaled has sent a message of support to her, wishing her a speedy recovery. "Demi doesn't want to die and she's very grateful to be alive". In a lengthy post, she informed fans that she was not with Lovato at the time of her overdose, and called for an end to "negativity". I have not said anything about this situation now because her recovery has been of the most importance.

Her former boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama has visited Lovato "every day he can" since her hospitalization, according to Entertainment Tonight.

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.

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On the song Sober, she sings the lyrics: "Mumma, I'm so sorry I'm not sober anymore/And daddy please forgive me for the drinks spilled on the floor".

Vitale took to Instagram on Sunday to set the record straight.

However, the "Sorry Not Sorry" hitmaker is aware that she "slipped up" and has taken her hospital dash as a huge "wake-up call" because she doesn't want to die.

'She is doing OK, but is still being monitored, ' they told People. Another insider added that those close to Lovato became especially concerned about her health in "recent weeks", saying, "Anyone who was around six, seven years ago remembers the signs well".

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