On Tuesday, November 6th, many celebrities shared messages that encouraged their followers to participate in the mid-term elections. But one report was particularly exciting to see: Demi Lovato shared Instagram with a vote marking the first time she has been posted since August, when she wrote a long statement about her hospitalization and thanked everyone for their support. (This last report seems to have been deleted.)
Lovato wrote: along with the photo itself, filling out your vote
"I am so grateful that I am home to vote! One vote can be changed, so make sure your voice is heard! ? ? now go out and #VOTE !!!!"
About 20 minutes after posting, Instagram has gained more than 870,000 likes. Support posts delayed the commentary section, from the heart of the emoji to the prayer hands.
Weekend, Human beings reported that Lovato had left rehab after three months of treatment. She was reported to have been featured in various places, including LA Restaurant, Beverly Hills, and Universal Studio Halloween Horror Nights. (At that time Bustle contacted the singer's team to comment, but did not intend to.) Human beingsSources said: "She simply returned to L.A. a few days ago. She seems to have done so far. "And, based on Lovato's new IG affliction, it really seems that she has returned home and is better than ever before.
Lovato has never been a politician. In the 2016 election, she repeatedly supported Hillary Clinton. She also called out in the past TIME a journal of Donald Trump's talk of the 2017 second-round man, along with The Silence Breakers, who spoke about sexual assault and harassment. In addition, Lovato wore a shirt to support neutral bathrooms when they attended the 2016 Billboard Music Awards.
Basically, Lovato is a powerful example of his voice being heard. And the fact that her return to Instagram after a clear break will make this moment even stronger. As fans probably know, Lovato was hospitalized for a manifest overdose in July. At that time, her spokeswoman said Bustle
"Demi is awake and with his family, who want to thank everyone for their love, prayers and support. Some of the reported information is wrong and they deserve privacy, not speculation, because her health and recovery are the most important thing right now."
When Lovato posted a month later from the announcement of the deletion, she wrote:
"I have always been transparent about my travels with addiction. What I've learned is that this disease is not something that eventually disappears or disappears. This is something that I have to continue to overcome and have not yet been done."
She continued, pointing out: "Now I need time to heal and focus on my dirt and the path to recovery. My love never fails, and I hope the day when I can say that I came out on the other side. I will continue to fight. "
Based on her new Instagram, she seems to be doing exactly that. Lovato has always been a fighter – and this leads her to conclude that her attitude is so open and her voice is heard.