Former Disney star Demi Lovato announced that “this next tour” will be her last one — because she “can’t do this anymore” — in a since-deleted post on her Instagram Stories.
In the first one, the “Camp Rock” star shared a snap that appeared to be taken from a hotel room. She wrote that “I’m so f***ing sick I can’t get out of bed,” the outlet noted.
A second one read, “I can’t do this anymore. This next tour will be my last. I love and thank you guys,” the outlet noted.
A short time later, the “Sober” hitmaker posted another message on her Instagram Stories that read, “Gonna power through it for you guys. I’ll need help singing so sing loud for me bb’s.” Her post also included a black heart emoji and sick face emoji.
There was no further information provided from Lovato as to what she meant by “this next tour.” It comes ahead of her concert in Tuesday night in Santiago, Chile, and she’s scheduled to kick off her “Holy Fvck” tour in the United States on September 22 in Wheatland, CA. The dates included on her website for the tour show more than two dozen concerts she currently has scheduled across the country from September through November.
It is unclear from all the posts what health issues the superstar singer is ailing from.
In August, Lovato released her eighth album, “Holy Fvck,” and announced a world tour to support the new album.
The “Sorry Not Sorry” hitmaker recently opened up about her longtime battle with alcohol and drugs and said it started when she was 13 because she was already being “bullied” and was “looking for an escape,” as The Daily Wire previously reported.
“I started experimenting for the first time when I was 12, or 13,” Lovato explained during her appearance on the “Call Her Daddy” podcast with host Alex Cooper. “I got into a car accident and they prescribed me opiates.”
“My mom didn’t think she would have to lock up the opiates from her 13-year-old daughter, but I was already drinking at that point,” she added. “I had been bullied and was looking for an escape.”
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