She reportedly looked sober and happy.
Demi Lovato has been steadily recovering after her overdose in July, and both her mom and her sister have talked about how she is working hard on her sobriety and doing well.Now, it seems as though Demi might have finished her
'I just feel like the reason she's alive today is because of the millions of prayers that went up that day.'
Demi Lovato's mom Dianna de la Garza just gave her first interview since the singer's July overdose. In an appearance on Newsmax TV, she said recalling the events of that day is very emotional for her."It'
She was released from the hospital on August 4.
A little over a month after Demi Lovato's overdose, sources say she's doing better and is fully committed to recuperating."She's in recovery and doing great," the source told People, adding, "This is a long road."
'The love you have all shown me will never be forgotten.'
Demi Lovato just spoke out for the first time since her overdose late last month. The singer posted a personal note to her Instagram page, thanking her family, friends, and fans for their support."I have always been transparent about my journey
The pair dated for almost six years and have remained super close friends.
Demi Lovato's ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama was seen visiting the singer on Wednesday-just one day after her apparent drug overdose. Per E! news, Wilmer showed up at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles at around 3:00
The powerhouse singer is reportedly hospitalized in LA for a drug overdose.
Demi Lovato has reportedly been hospitalized in Los Angeles following a possible drug overdose. Although the Los Angeles Police Department has confirmed responding to a call at 11:39 a.m to The Hollywood Reporter, they declined to name an individual or
'Momma I'm so sorry I'm not sober anymore.'
While on tour promoting her latest album Tell Me You Love Me, Demi Lovato released a new single Thursday morning on both Twitter and in an Instagram post. Titled "Sober," the song appears to reveal that Demi has relapsed after more than
Smart phone = dumber you.
It's the first thing you grab when you wake up and the last thing you touch at night (even after bae). You reach for it countless times in between and panic if you leave it at home."You can become
This is so heartbreaking.
Demi Lovato recently celebrated her sixth year of being sober and opened up about her struggle with abuse and depression during an interview with Dr. Phil-revealing that she contemplated suicide as a young child."The very first time that I was
Famous people get real about their experience with substance abuse.
One of the hardest things about being famous must be how invasive the general public can be when it comes to your private life. Whether it's their relationships, their weight, or their experiences with drug and alcohol abuse.Here, 12
'Should I unfollow @annecurtissmith?'
Fact: Anne Curtis is addicted to K-dramas.We know this because almost anyone with internet access (meaning: all of us) sees her endless posts about her current K-drama obsessions on the reg. And we've got the receipts:But it
Ben says he wants his kids to know there's no shame in getting help.
Ben Affleck has written an honest and heartfelt Facebook post thanking his wife Jennifer Garner for her support after successfully completing a stint in rehab for alcohol addiction.The actor said his issues with drinking are "something I've dealt with in
It's more complicated than you think.
In the digital age, where porn is simply a click away, the cliche image of a dude thoroughly ensconced in his mom's basement with a lifetime supply of lube often feels like a cautionary tale to warn others of the dangers
How many of these are you guilty of?
1. If you wake up in the middle of the night, it's the first thing you reach for. It might just be to check the time, but chances are, you get distracted by new notifications and end up on it for
Crazy online shoppers, unite!
Online shops are a catch-22: their convenience, accessibility, and ubiquity are supposed to make your life easier so that you can save your time and energy for more important things, but it is also their convenience, accessibility, and ubiquity that have
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