A source also told Variety that Lovato is now in "stable" condition. Original reports were that it was an apparent heroin overdose. As law enforcement sources told the gossip rag, Lovato reportedly overdosed in her Hollywood Hills home, where she was found unconscious by paramedics.
In a 2015 interview with fashion magazine Elle, Lovato said that she had felt suicidal thoughts from age seven, even while appearing as a cheery girl in "Barney and Friends" alongside Selena Gomez. Azalea revealed to ET that she knew about Lovato's relapse and was anxious someone would use the news against her, but said ultimately, she was proud of Lovato for sharing her struggle in "Sober".
Singer Demi Lovato performs at the 2016 Global Citizen Festival in Central Park to end extreme poverty by 2030 at Central Park on September 24, 2016 in New York City.
According to AFP, the singer was admitted to a Los Angeles hospital after on Tuesday afternoon. She later shared the video from the show of her struggling to hold back tears as she sang the heartbreaking lyrics.More news: Fakhar Zaman becomes fastest batsman to score 1000 ODI runs
"When I was 14, she was an idol to me in how she spoke so openly about mental health".
There was an immediate outpouring of support from the Hollywood community, including pals Ellen DeGeneres, Lily Allen, Lili Reinhart and Adam Lambert, all of whom have been sharing sweet messages for Lovato on social media. We continue to send healing wishes to her during her recovery.
"The eyewitness tells ET that at one point during the concert, and just before singing the last verse of the her hit song "Sober", Lovato said, "'F**k, I forgot the words' and walked off stage.More news: Accused Russian agent Butina met with US Treasury, Fed officials
The two rose to fame alongside one another on Disney's Camp Rock, and patched up a short blip in their friendship to become extremely close over the years. "But let's be encouraging so she will get the help she needs". "She is a light in this world, and I am sending my love to her and her family". You can also text 234 for free between 8am and midnight, or email email@example.com 0800 WHATSUP children's helpline - phone 0800 9428 787 between 1pm and 10pm on weekdays and from 3pm to 10pm on weekends. Kidsline (open 24/7) - 0800 543 754. Those who ring between 4pm and 9pm on weekdays will speak to a Kidsline buddy.More news: Fortnite 1st Birthday Celebration Cosmetics and Challenges Announced