Nearly four months of hospitalization, Demi Lovato may be back and around, but its recovery is in progress.
The singer was photographed in Los Angeles this weekend outside the Matsuhisa in Beverly Hills in a car with a designer Henri Alexander Levy. Saturday pull is coming after a September localization of the star near the site of rehabilitation. On Sunday night, he was spotted again with Levy getting frozen coffee in a bean of coffee before heading to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, a source said E! News. "Demi was smiling and happy," the source said.
Through all these new appearances of the 26-year-old Grammy, her fans may be wondering what's next about recovering the star. As a source said E! News, she may not have detoxification, but her treatment is still in progress.
"She departed from detoxification last week, but her treatment continues, she will have treatment sessions and she will attend meetings," a source said. "It will be a lifelong commitment and its treatment will not end because it has not been restored."
Lovato, who has faced substance abuse in the past, plans to "make it easy and not be exposed to dangerous situations," he added. "She really wants to relax and exercise and do her best to stay healthy, she wants to put everything behind her and move on to her health and make the right choices."
The source wrote: "This is a new beginning and it is very lucky to have it."
To all interested fans, you are confident: "I feel really wonderful."
It is a welcome update from the original news that the world took months ago when it was confirmed that Lovato had been raped in a hospital after apparent overdose.
"I feel that the reason that is alive today is because of the millions of prayers that went on that day when we all learned what was happening," her mother Dianna de la Garza said during a September interview with Newsmax TV. "I do not think it would be here if it was not for those prayers and for the good doctors and Cedars-Sinai, it was the best, I could not ask for a better group of people to save her life."
Meanwhile, with her own public letter a month earlier, Lovato broke her silence in her hospitalization and assured her followers that she would recover.
"I now need time to heal and concentrate on my sister and on the road to recovery," he writes. "The love you showed me all will never be forgotten and I look forward to the day I can say I went out and I will continue to struggle."