‘Demi is awake’: Pop star ‘in stable condition’ behind the apparent overdose scare



Demi Lovato suffers apparent overdose, stars react

Singer Demi Lovato was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital, reportedly after suffering a suspected overdose. Several stars have taken to social media to send their wishes.

On the eve of a hotly anticipated string of tour dates, pop music superstar Demi Lovato has reportedly been hospitalized for an apparent overdose after being mentioned in her house with the opioid treatment drug Narcan.

According to various reports, law enforcement officials say that the 25-year-old one-time Disney princess pop was rushed to a hospital in Los Angeles after she suffered from what appeared to be an overdose.

TMZ initially reported that Lovato was taken to the hospital for what seemed to be an OD of heroin. However, the outlet is now reporting that was not the case. A source also confirmed to Fox News that “it’s not heroin.”

A post shared by Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) on Jul 23, 2018 at 3:27pm PDT

In a statement to Fox News, Lovato’s rep said, “Demi is awake and with her family, who want to express thanks to everyone for the love, prayers and support. Some of the information that is reported, is incorrect, and with respect for the privacy and no speculation about her health and recovery is the most important now.”

A separate source close to Lovato told Fox News that “Demi is still recovering and is in stable condition.”

Per TMZ, Lovato was shipped on Tuesday, just before 12 hours, after being treated in her Hollywood Hills home with Narcan, an emergency medication that is often used to revive the people in the cases of an overdose of narcotic drugs.

According to TMZ, the overdose occurred when Lovato’s Hollywood Hills home, shown here, and then came the ambulance, she was unconscious.

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According to TMZ, the overdose occurred when Lovato’s house, and then came the ambulance, she was unconscious.

“Six years ago, I was drinking vodka out of a Sprite bottle at 9 in the morning, vomiting in the car”

Demi Lovato fans in March 2018

A POLICE spokesman told Fox News that both the Los Angeles Police and the Fire department responded to a medical emergency call” on the 8000 block of Laurel Drive in the Hollywood Hills district at 11:40 pm

A LAFD official told Fox News that “medical workers transported a 25-year-old female patient to a local hospital,” of the same address, but that “no condition of the patient is made available.”

Lovato was preparing for a monthslong tour that was supposed to start Thursday night in Atlantic City, N. J., and take her to places that are far-flung as Mexico, Chile, Argentina and Brazil.

Earlier in the day, they tweeted a promotion for her appearance on the pre-taped Fox-show ‘Beat Shazam” on Tuesday night.

Following the news, FOX announced that the episode with Lovato would be replaced. “Tonight is the previously scheduled episode of “Beat Shazam’ was characterized by a guest of Demi Lovato,” the statement read.

“In the light of the recent reports, we have decided the episode of “Beat Shazam’ with a new episode. Our thoughts go out to Demi and her family.”

Last month, Lovato, who has struggled with substance abuse in the past, according to a new emotional single, that she had relapsed months after celebrating six years of sobriety.

Last month, Lovato revealed in a new emotional single, that she had relapsed months after celebrating six years of sobriety.


In her new song “Sober” Lovato sings she is not sober anymore and apologizes for the “those who never left” her side and the fans after her journey.

“Mama, I’m so sorry, I’m not sober more/And Dad, please forgive me for the drinks spilled on the floor,” Lovato sings in the choir. “To those who never left me/We’re off/I’m so sorry, I’m not sober any more.”

The singer went on to apologize to her future love.”

“For the man who is to the left of my bed/To make love the way that I saved for you in my head,” the lyrics read. “And I’m sorry for the fans I lost/Who looked me down again/I want to be a role model/But I’m only human.”

In the song, Lovato promises to get help and says it is not her intention to relapse.

Following the news, FOX announced that there is a pre-pasted ” Beat Shazam!’ episode with Lovato, who was scheduled for Tuesday evening, would be replaced.


Lovato has previously opened up about her struggle with drug and alcohol addiction.

They marked six years of sobriety on March 15, celebrates the milestone on Instagram with a “Self Love” T-shirt and a thank you to the fans. The next night she went on stage for her “Tell Me you Love Me” tour and gave a warm speech, Billboard reported.

“Six years ago, I was drinking vodka out of a Sprite bottle at 9 in the morning, vomiting in the car,” she said to the audience. “And I thought, ‘This is not fun anymore. This is not fun any more. And I’m just like my father.” So I took a look at my life and I said: ‘Something needs to change, I have to sober’ — that’s what I did.”

The 25-year-old also spoke about her road to sobriety in a YouTube documentary, “Simply Complicated.”

“I was not ready to be sober,” she recalled. “I was secretly [cocaine] on planes, sneak into the bathroom, sneaking through the night. No one knew it.”

Lovato, who first started acting at the age of 7 on “Barney & Friends,” rose to fame after appearing in Disney Channel’s 2008 “Camp Rock” where she starred as Mitchie Torres.

“I wouldn’t start that young if I could do it,” said Lovato and Variety in June 2017. “I have no regrets. It was difficult to transition from a child star to transform into a mainstream artist. It is something that is very challenging.”

Fox News’ Katherine Lamb contributed to this report.

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