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Demi Lovato Celebrates 27th Birthday 1 Year After Overdose: ‘I’m So Happy!’

Demi Lovato Celebrates 27th Birthday 1 Year After Drug Overdose
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Aug. 20 2019, Updated 5:46 p.m. ET

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Demi Lovato celebrated her birthday this week, one year after her near-fatal drug overdose.

The “Confident” singer — who turns 27 this Tuesday, August 20 — shared sweet videos and photos of her celebration this Monday night.

To celebrate her big day, Lovato attended Ariana Grande’s concert in London, and the “thank u, next” singer honored her by leading a birthday chant before running onstage.

“This was too sweet not to post.... before show prayer they did this for my bday ?? I’m so so proud of you @arianagrande. You f***ing killed that!!! I love you tons ?” Lovato wrote on Instagram alongside a video of the special moment.

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After Grande’s concert, she, talent manager Scooter Braun, and a group of pals, brought out a birthday cake and sang “Happy Birthday” to Lovato.

“Okay, last one before bed. They literally filmed/sang happy birthday twice and @scooterbraunSTILL forgot to press record ? @arianagrande’s face is everything and this video is a perfect glimpse of how f***ing happy and rad my birthday is this year. So so happy. And I love my new family. Thank you guys, love you,” Lovato captioned the video on Instagram.

After spending the evening with her friends, Lovato felt blessed, and took to her Instagram story to express her gratitude.

“It’s my birthday! I’m so happy! I’ve literally never woken up this happy before in my life. I’m doing something today that I haven’t done in a long a** time with someone,” she said while smiling at the camera.

Dark Past

Demi Lovato Celebrates 27th Birthday 1 Year After Drug Overdose
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Lovato’s joyful birthday celebration comes one year after she escaped death.

Drug Troubles

Demi Lovato Celebrates 27th Birthday 1 Year After Drug Overdose
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RadarOnline.com readers recall the star was hospitalized on July 24, 2018, after freebasing Oxycodone laced with fentanyl — a deadly concoction — during a party at her Hollywood Hills home.

Self Care

Demi Lovato Celebrates 27th Birthday 1 Year After Drug Overdose
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After being treated, she entered rehab and took a hiatus from her singing career.

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New Woman

Demi Lovato Celebrates 27th Birthday 1 Year After Drug Overdose
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Now, she continues working on her sobriety and health.

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Moving Forward

Demi Lovato Celebrates 27th Birthday 1 Year After Drug Overdose
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The singer — who looks better than ever — is often spotted attending workout classes near her home and enjoying low-key activities with her pals.

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True Love

Demi Lovato Celebrates 27th Birthday 1 Year After Drug Overdose
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This June 27, in an effort to focus on herself, she shared a photo of her new finger tattoo, which reads “me.”

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She’s Back!

Demi Lovato Celebrates 27th Birthday 1 Year After Drug Overdose
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And that same months, she got fans excited by posting a gorgeous shot of her in the recording studio!

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Onwards

Demi Lovato Celebrates 27th Birthday 1 Year After Drug Overdose
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“Making magic,” Lovato wrote in the captions. It’s unclear when she will release her new music.

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