Demi Lovato Spotted Working Out After 90-Day Rehab Stint
She’s already worked out her mind, now it’s Demi Lovato’s time to work out her body.
On Wednesday, Nov. 7, the “Sorry Not Sorry” singer was spotted leaving a gym, just days after completing a 90-day stint in rehab after a July drug overdose at her Hollywood Hills home.
Lovato has basked in the spotlight since leaving rehab, and broke her social media silence by posting a picture of herself voting a day earlier.
“I am so grateful to be home in time to vote! One vote can make a difference, so make sure your voice is heard! now go out and #VOTE!!!!”
The troubled actress is also enjoying spending time with possible new man Henry Levy, and has been seen dining and cuddling with the fashion designer after checking out of rehab.
Check out Demi’s workout routine and how she is spending her first days of freedom in this RadarOnline.com gallery.
Lovato, 26, was all business and no smiles as she left the gym in Los Angeles Wednesday.
She was wearing some tight leggings that may have been left over from her sweat session.
And she clutched her cellphone tight as she circled through the parking lot.
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As RadarOnline.com has reported, emergency personnel responded to an “unconscious” Lovato after an all-night bender in July.
The emergency hospitalization came just one month after she admitted she had relapsed after six years of sobriety.
She quickly entered rehab after regaining consciousness and spent the next three-months focusing on her problems.
The star’s family wants her to stay away from Hollywood for good now, and she is even selling her Hollywood Hills home for $9.5 million after her near-death experience.
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