Demi Lovato Still In Rehab: Halfway House Transition To Living At Home

Demi Lovato Still In Rehab: Halfway House Transition To Living At Home

Ready or not, Demi Lovato is gearing up to make a full-blown comeback next year!

Demi's return to social media comes after she was spotted out and about with reported sober friend Henri Alexander Levy over the weekend.

The 26-year-old singer recently left rehab after a 90-day stint - which followed her hospitalisation from an overdose in July - and is now spending three days a week at the facility, which has counselling staff on hand, as well as people who she can share experiences with.

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The talk show host fears that Demi Lovato's unstable living situation and her sober coach will eventually cause her to start using drugs again. That's how important the November 6 midterm election was. Lovato wrote to her 70.5 million followers, captioning a snapshot of herself at a polling location. "One vote can make a difference, so make sure your voice is heard! now go out and #VOTE!"

We wish Lovato nothing but the best and are so excited to see her healing and happy. The fact that she's rallying her fans, many of whom are between the key voting ages of 18-29, is an added bonus. A lot can happen in between two images and we're so relieved that Demi is still with us.

The "Sober" singer has been out of rehab as of November 4, when she was photographed at Matsuhisa restaurant in Beverly Hills with Henry Levy. She is not only clean and sober but she has an entirely new lifestyle.

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