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>> Singer Demi Lovato was reportedly stable after being taken to a Los Angeles hospital on Tuesday due to a suspected overdose. According to TMZ, the 25 year old was found unconscious at her Hollywood Hills home and was treated with Narcan, an emergency drug used for suspected opioid and drug overdose.
Last month Lovato, who has spoken openly about her cocaine and alcohol abuse, released a song called Sober revealing that she had relapsed after six years of sobriety. Levato began her acting career on the popular kids show Barney and Friends, and then rose to fame on Disney Channel shows including Camp Rock ten years ago.
She forged a pop career with hits like Skyscraper and Sorry, Not Sorry. But at the age of 18, she entered rehab and was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Lovato, who has some 69 million followers on Instagram, was in the midst of a US tour and was due to perform in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Thursday.
But her appearance has reportedly been cancelled.