More details released about Demi Lovato’s drug overdose

More details released about Demi Lovato’s drug overdose

More details released about Demi Lovato’s drug overdose

New details are emerging about what happened before singer Demi Lovato's apparent overdose on Tuesday.

Demi was still unconscious when paramedics arrived at her home and that's when someone at her house told them that she was partying all night and they determined then that they are dealing with a possible drug overdose.

Stars have been voicing their support for Demi on social media, and at least one - her ex, Wilmer Valderrama, has visited her in the hospital.

A recording from the 911 call made for Demi Lovato's drug overdose has been released and it's so eerily calm, it's actually shocking.

Lovato regained consciousness but refused to tell emergency responders what drugs she was using, according to TMZ.

"He was somber and quiet and you could tell he was in a very serious mood".

All the same, some imminent performances from Lovato have been cancelled, including her appearance on the Atlantic City beach tonight.

The Tell Me You Love Me singer is now recovering following the incident, and has allegedly told pals it has been a huge wake up call.

"Obviously she's got an fantastic voice and she's got some great hooks and a lot of hit singles, but I think people really connect with that type of openness, " he added. Unfortunately, Lovato reportedly rejected her loved ones' help. News outlets also report that as soon as she's recovered, she will immediately enter rehab again. "I didn't think I would make it to 21".

Lovato has chronicled her life and battles throughout the years, from her bisexuality to being bullied as a child to suffering from depression. She's always said that her goal is to help others just like her get through what can seem like impossible times. "She is a light in this world, and I am sending my love to her and her family".

Lovato has been open about her struggles with an addiction to cocaine and alcohol, as well as mental health issues and an eating disorder.

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