Demi Lovato reveals she is not more ‘down to earth’
Demi Lovato reveals she’s no more ‘sober’ after 6 years of sobriety in the new single, “Sober.”
Demi Lovato says she is “eternally grateful” for those who are there for her on the heels of hinting at a new single which they collapsed.
“My fans, my family and my supporters, those who never left me, you are my light,” Lovato explained in a Wednesday caption for a video she posted on social media. “I am forever grateful.”
A line in her message — “those who never left me” — also appears on her new tune, “Sober”, which fell on Thursday.
“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.”
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In the song, Lovato promises to get help and says it is not her intention to relapse.
They posted a video of her performing the tune in Portugal on Monday, wrote that she is “a new man with a new life.”
“Thank you to everyone who has supported me during this journey,” she wrote. “It will never be forgotten.”
Lovato has previously opened up about her struggle with drug and alcohol addiction and an eating disorder.
They marked six years of sobriety on March 15, celebrates the milestone with a “Self Love” T-shirt and a thank-you note to the fans.
“A big part of my recovery was learning to love myself and to give back to others,” she wrote at the time.
Fox News’ Katherine Lamb contributed to this report.