Demi Lovato is sick: “This will be my last tour”

Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato, with a social post that left no room for misunderstandings, announced the farewell to her life to her followers.

The one currently underway will be Demi Lovato‘s last tour.

“I can’t do it anymore,” Lovato wrote on Instagram above a hotel room window photo.

“This will be my last tour,” continued the former Disney star, rising to success alongside Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, and the Jonas Brothers, with whom she had also made the Camp Rock series film.

The reasons that led the artist to make this painful decision were revealed by the 30-year-old sex, who, on September 13, the day she performed in Santiago (Chile), spoke in a post about her precarious health conditions.

“I can’t get out of bed,” wrot Lovato, stating that she suffers from an unknown disease that makes her life impossible, as is living on tour.

Demi Lovato’s worse health

Instagram post shared by Demi Lovato

Demi’s words have alarmed fans of the star, who have been worried for years about the health of the singer of ” Heart attack ” after the events that occurred in 2018, the year in which Lovato was hospitalized due to an almost fatal overdose that caused a heart attack and multiple strokes, also causing some brain damage.

After that terrible experience, the artist embarked on a long path of rehabilitation toward her sobriety, leading her to say goodbye forever to drugs and alcohol.

Although past addictions seem to have become a distant memory for Demi (who appeared in the film Zoolander 2 in 2016), over the years, the singer has had to face all of her past demons over and over again, told in three documentaries ( that is Lovato: Stay strong of 2012, Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated of 2017 and Demi Lovato: Dancing with the devil of 2021) that today the 30-year-old wishes she had never realized.

“Honestly, I’m tired of looking at me, and I think other people probably are too,” said the singer of “Sorry not sorry” in a recent interview with Alternative press before ending with an ironic: “If I’m not, they can watch my music videotapes.”

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