Demi Lovato hospitalized after suffering heroin overdose

Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato

The cause, however, is unclear.

TMZ claims the singer overdosed on heroin, but an anonymous source told People it wasn't heroin.

Multiple news outlets reported Lovato was sent to the hospital around noon PT on Tuesday.

Lovato, 25, a Grammy-nominated recording artist, was "okay and stable, reported People magazine, quoting an unidentified source".

Representatives for Lovato did not respond to a request for comment.

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Lovato, 25, has publicly struggled with substance abuse and an eating disorder during her career, and had previously done stints in rehab starting in 2010. Last month, she released her new song "Sober," where she revealed that she had relapsed.

According to TMZ, the overdose took place at Lovato's home in the Hollywood Hills in LA.

We'll keep you updated on more information.

On her recently released ballad, Lovato sings about not being sober anymore and it's a candid reflection on her recent misstep with the help of producers M-Phazes, Tushar Apte, and RØMANS.

Following the reports, USA chatshow host Ellen DeGeneres tweeted: "I love @DDLovato so much".

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As soon as news broke about the singer's apparent hospitalization, several celebrities - including recent Lovato collaborators - tweeted their well wishes. "The source went on to say, "[Valderrama] was not aware that her issues were this severe and intense at this time".

Brad Paisley said he was praying for his "brave" and "honest" friend, calling addiction "a terrifying disease".

Demi is now mid-way through her world tour and was next due to perform on Thursday in Atlantic City, but the performance has been cancelled.

She has said: "I felt out of control with the coke the first time that I did it", adding, however, that she grew to "love it". However, previous statements from the singer about her addiction battle do reveal that she has used cocaine and Oxycontin frequently in the past.

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