The “Cool for the Summer” singer is returning to performing after almost two years away from the limelight.
Demi Lovato will be making her public return on Jan. 26 at the 2020 Grammy Awards. The singer announced her performance on Instagram writing, “I told you the next time you’d hear from me I’d be singing.”
Back in July 2018, Lovato released her single “Sober” in which she revealed her relapse in her sobriety. Days later she was admitted to the hospital due to an apparent overdose. She later told fans she was committing herself to her health and focusing on her sobriety by taking a step away from the industry.
Lovato got candid with the public about her struggles with drug and alcohol abuse in the release of her YouTube documentary “Simply Complicated.” During the documentary Lovato confessed how skilled she became in lying and manipulation to get her fix, which led to her first stay in rehab back in 2010.
On Dec. 4, Lovato posted a black photo on Instagram with the caption: “The next time you hear from me, I’ll be singing…” Fans and friends responded in excitement with a barrage of support and love.
Lovato deleted her Twitter account in February after receiving backlash over posting a 21 Savage Meme during the controversy of the rapper’s deportation.
She posted an image, showing a person using a feather pen under the caption “This is how 21 Savage be writing his verses,” hours after 21 Savage was detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
During that time, ICE officials reported Sha Yaa Bin “21 Savage” Abraham-Joseph, was taken into custody because he overstayed a VISA, which confused fans because Savage was known for his Atlanta roots, but ICE said he was actually from the United Kingdom.