Demi Lovato in tears for her comeback on stage at the Grammy Awards 2020
Since his overdose, in July 2018, Demi Lovato prefers to stay in the shade to relax and overcome his addictions, but today, it is much better. For evidence, the interpreter of Sorry Not Sorry has made its grand return, in tears, on the stage of the Grammy Awards 2020, with a brand new title called “Anyone”. Check out his comeback poignant.
Since that time the Disney Channel, Demi Lovato is trying to overcome his drug addiction and to remain sober for as long as possible. If it was successful for a few years, his old demons returned to the surface in July 2018 : the singer was found unconscious in her home. She was quickly admitted to hospital after her overdose and is then divided in to rehab. Since its release, Demi Lovato stays away from the music industry, but when even talk to her for its sentimental life, punctuated by Henry Levy, Mike Johnson (The Bachelorette), or Austin Wilson, his last boyfriend.
Demi Lovato returns with her new single Anyone
A year and a half after his overdose, the interpreter of Sober has found the strength to return to the front of the stage. It is at the Grammy Awards 2020, marked by the coronation of Billie Eilish and a tribute from Alicia Keys to Kobe Bryant, who died in a crash of helicopter, Demi Lovato celebrated her grand return.
A large back filled with emotions. For proof, the former star of the Disney Channel could not hold back her tears when she started to sing her new single Anyone : she even had to stop a few seconds before resuming the more beautiful with the support of the public. Demi Lovato has taped everyone with his performance. Half is really back !
A title on his addictions
The title Anyone is quite particular since the american singer speaks on his battle against drugs and alcohol : “I tried to talk to my piano / I tried to talk to my guitar / Talk to my imagination / Confided into alcohol / I tried and tried and tried some more / Anyone, please send me anyone / Lord, is there anyone ? / I need someone.“
In an interview before the Grammy Awards 2020, Demi Lovato said that he had written the call for help a few months before his overdose : “I was recording in a state where I thought I was good, but clearly I wasn’t. I even have it then listened to it again and I said to myself: ‘I wish I could go back in time and help this version of myself’.“
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