On Tuesday, November 6, many celebrities exchanged messages to encourage their followers to vote in elections. However, one article was particularly exciting: Demi Lovato shared an Instagram about the voting. This was the first time she had been posted since August when she gave a detailed statement about her stay in hospital and thanked everyone for their support. (It seems that the last post has been deleted.)
Along with a photo of herself filling her ballot, Lovato wrote:
"I'm so thankful that I'm home in time to vote! A voice can make a difference, so make sure your voice is heard! 🇺🇸 🇺🇸 go now and #VOTE !!!!"
Within 20 minutes of publishing, Instagram achieved more than 870,000 likes. Support messages flooded the commentary area, from heart emojis to prayer hands.
Over the weekend, People reported that Lovato had left the rehab after three months of treatment. It has been reportedly discovered in several locations, including a LA restaurant, a Beverly Hills spa, and Universal Studio's Halloween Horror Nights. (At that time, Bustle contacted the singer team to comment on it, but did not hear it anymore.) People"S source claimed," She just returned to L.A. a few days ago. So far, she seems to be fine. "And based on Lovato's new IG Post, it really sounds like she's back home and better than ever.
Lovato was never one who shied away from politics. In the 2016 elections, she supported Hillary Clinton several times publicly. She also called before TIME Magazine for Donald Trump as runner-up for Person of the Year 2017, along with "The Silence Breakers," who spoke out about sexual assault and harassment. In addition, Lovato wore a shirt that supported sexless bathroom while performing at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards.
In fact, Lovato is a good example of how her voice is heard. And the fact that she returns to Instagram after an understandable break makes the moment all the more powerful. As the fans probably know, Lovato was hospitalized in July for an obvious overdose. At that time, her agent Bustle said
"Demi is awake and with her family, who would like to thank everyone for their love, prayer and support, some of the reported information is incorrect and they respectfully ask for privacy rather than speculation as their health and recovery are the most important it's instant now. "
When Lovato wrote in the IG statement a month later, she wrote in part:
"I've always been transparent about my journey with addiction, what I've learned is that this disease is not something that disappears or fades over time, it's something I still need to overcome and have not yet done."
Her message continued, "Now I need time to heal myself and focus on my sobriety and path to recovery, the love you have shown me will never be forgotten, and I am looking forward to the day I can say that I came out the other side, I will keep fighting. "
Based on her new Instagram, it sounds like she's doing just that. Lovato has always been a fighter – and her dedication to being so open and hearing her voice just proves it.