Six Months Sober! Demi Lovato Leaves The Gym During Recovery
Demi Lovato celebrated six months of sobriety by marking the milestone on Instagram—and going to the gym! On July 24, 2018, Lovato was rushed to the hospital after suffering an overdose.
As RadarOnline.com reported, emergency personnel responded to the singer's home. She was allegedly "unconscious" after a night long bender, according to a 911 call. Previously, Lovato, 26, had shocked fans by confessing she'd relapsed on drugs and alcohol in her heartbreaking song “Sober.” Following her drug overdose, Lovato went into rehab for 90 days, getting released in early November 2018.
Now, the star has shared her happy six months sober news with fans on Instagram, as RadarOnline.com photos also show Lovato leaving a workout session in Los Angeles. She looked healthy and happy while getting a natural exercise high.
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Photographers spotted Lovato leaving her gym in Los Angeles, California on Friday, January 25, 2019.
Earlier, Lovato had taken to her Instagram Stories to show a photo of a slice of cake. Her pals had written a note on the cake which read, 'We are so f***ng proud of you Love Team DL.' The singer/actress wrote over the shot, 'Best Day Ever.'
Lovato also Instagrammed a picture of her hand with a blue 'Six months' sobriety tag in her hand, overlayed with praying hands emojis.
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Last July, Lovato was in sad shape after her overdose. But now, she's looking healthy in all black workout gear with her hair worn up.
Lovato was seen climbing into an SUV with a friend after her exercise session.
The star is writing new music for a post-rehab comeback, a source recently told RadarOnline.com.
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