Demi Lovato is reportedly heading back to rehab. The 25-year-old says she is “very grateful to be alive” and will be heading back to rehab after being hospitalized for an apparent overdose.
Demi was reportedly treated with overdose reversal drug Narcan at her home in Los Angeles on Tuesday by first responders, who found her unconscious.
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.
The 38-year-old actor was spotted paying a visit to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Wednesday, where his ex-girlfriend is currently being treated.
Wilmer was spotted arriving around 3 P.M. and stayed for over two hours.
“He was somber and quiet and you could tell he was in a very serious mood. He arrived and left by himself,” a source told E! News. He seemed “very down” according to the report.
Justin Bieber was stunned by the new. “It’s very sad. I haven’t talked to her, but my prayers go out to her and her family,” the newly engaged pop star said in a video on TMZ. “I thought she was sober, that’s terrible, right?” he added, saying he would be praying for her.
Charlie Puth dedicated his hit “See You Again” to the singer during his show in Camden, New Jersey on Tuesday. “This song goes out to Demi Lovato,” Charlie says in fan-shot video. “I hope she makes a quick, quick recovery and our prayers are with her.” He then performed the chart-topping, Grammy-nominated song from Furious 7.