Katie Jerkovich | Entertainment Reporter
Demi Lovato has canceled the rest of her tour dates scheduled for 2018 after entering a rehab facility following her drug overdose.
The 25-year-old singer’s “Tell Me You Love Me” World Tour concerts in South America and Mexico have been called off to allow for her recovery, according to TMZ Thursday. (RELATED: Report: Demi Lovato ‘Heading Straight To Rehab’ From Hospital)
Live Nation and Lotus Productions also tweeted that the shows had been canceled.
“On behalf of Lotus Producciones and Live Nation, we wish Demi Lovato the best now and in the future and hope to see her soon in South America,” the translated message from the events promoter read.
Con motivo de su recuperación, @ddlovato ha cancelado su gira Sudamericana. A nombre de Lotus Producciones y Live Nation, le deseamos a Demi Lovato lo mejor ahora y en el futuro y esperamos verla pronto por Sudamérica.
— Lotus Producciones (@lotusmusica) August 8, 2018
She was previously scheduled to appear in Mexico for shows on September 20 and 22 and then appear in Chile, Brazil and Argentina for shows slated in mid-November. However, the shows are still listed on her website.
Last month, the “Sorry Not Sorry” singer had to be rushed to the hospital after paramedics found her unconscious at her Hollywood Hills home from an overdose. It is still unknown what the exact substance was that caused the pop singer’s overdose, but it’s been reported that she was given Narcan at the scene — a drug that is administered to counter the effects of opioids.
After spending almost two weeks in the hospital, she left and went straight to a rehab facility that is reportedly outside of California.
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