Wendy Williams Worries Demi Lovato’s Living Situation After Rehab ‘Isn’t Stable Enough’

Wendy Williams Worries Demi Lovato’s Living Situation After Rehab ‘Isn’t Stable Enough’

Wendy Williams Worries Demi Lovato’s Living Situation After Rehab ‘Isn’t Stable Enough’

The 26-year-old singer entered rehab in August after being discharged from hospital following an apparent overdose at the end of July, and she has now broken her social media silence in an Instagram post which called for Americans to go and vote in the ongoing midterm elections.

Earlier this week, Lovato was pictured catching up with Henry Levy - who she met on a previous stint in rehab - and pals think the clothing designer is a "perfect sober friend" for her.

An insider said: "Demi is happy and healthy has done a complete 180 since she overdosed".

Lovato celebrated six years of sobriety in March but admitted that she had relapsed when she released single Sober in June. However, the two sparked romance rumors while dining together when they were photographed holding hands.

'He's not a real sober coach.

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

Demi Lovato with her mother, Dianna De La Garza.

'She needs a real sober companion... Their money is long and strong, they're up to something, the family.

"She went on to explained why she thinks Levy is a" really bad influence" on the singer.

Demi is reportedly surrounded by counselors and other people who share similar experiences to hers, while living in the halfway house. Lovato is fighting for her life and still found the time to vote. Her new normal includes running errands, heading to the gym and staying away from drugs.

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