The demons aren’t gonna win, fans assure Demi Lovato after heroin overdose

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Demi Lovato's overdose after an all-night party has been a sad shock to her fans and friends. including her old friend, Justin Bieber. They know full well that the worst thing a person can be called is crazy-the stigma that comes when you accept your diagnosis and try to move forward.

T he 24-year-old singer sent his support to Demi and her loved ones while revealing he thought Demi had been sober.

And US chat show host Ellen DeGeneres tweeted: "I love DDLovato so much".

As for Lovato, Pinsky said, she is still a role model.

A source told PEOPLE that Lovato had relapsed "a few months" before her apparent overdose. While the brunette's condition was not immediately known, her family released a statement that confirms she's awake and stable.

Demi rose to fame on Disney Channel, starring in original movies Camp Rock and its sequel alongside the Jonas Brothers, before landing her own show, Sonny With A Chance.

Her second album, "Here We Go Again", released in 2009.

Lovato also refused to tell paramedics what drug caused her to overdose, and law enforcement sources tell TMZ that no drugs were seized at her home.

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We are sending Demi all of the love right now.

After Lovato opened up about her addiction and mental health issues previous year in the YouTube documentary Simply Complicated, Gomez complimented the "Give Your Heart a Break" singer via social media.

"My friend [Demi Lovato] is one of the kindest, most talented people I've ever met", Brad Paisley tweeted. "Addiction and mental illness doesn't discriminate", she wrote.

Ariana quoted her mom's message, adding, "mom wrote something handsome. check it out. much love".

Lovato's hospitalization made me think of Amy Winehouse and, as a result, the book Trainwreck, by Sandy Doyle.

In 2010, Lovato entered treatment or bipolar disorder, bulimia, self-harm and addiction. "It says 'Stay Strong.' So every day no matter if I'm putting on my shoes or putting on my makeup, I see it every day, to stay strong". "Love you. Not only for your incredible voice, for your incredible music, but for what you stand for and everything you do".

"I attended Demi's concert in Manchester and this was the first time since the Manchester attack".