Demi Lovato confirms her next tour will be her last: 'I can't do this anymore'

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By Phoebe Egoroff

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Demi Lovato has seemingly confirmed on social media that her highly anticipated Holy Fvck tour will be her last.

The 30-year-old former Disney Channel star, who uses both she/her and they/them pronouns, announced their decision in a series of since-deleted Instagram stories on Tuesday (September 13).

"I can't do this anymore," the text read on one.

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Another said: "I'm so f***ing sick I can't get out of bed."

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Credit: Instagram.com

"This next tour will be my last," she added on a third. "I love and thank you guys."

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Lovato is currently on their Holy Fvck Tour, which is in support of their eighth studio album, Holy Fvck.

The tour is scheduled to end on November 6, per Page Six. The singer's website detailed that the tour began on August 13 in Springfield, Illinois, before the New Mexico native will go on to play a total of 34 shows by the end of the tour.

The Instagram posts came the day Lovato completed their South American leg of the Holy Fvck Tour, playing seven shows in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and Colombia. Understandably, this can take a toll on someone's mental and physical health.

The 'Cool for the Summer' singer has previously been extremely open about her mental health struggles and battle with substance addition, which she focused on in her raw four-part YouTube docuseries - Dance With The Devil. In it, Lovato details the events that led up to their traumatic and near-fatal 2018 overdose - after they took drugs laced with fentanyl.

As previously reported, Lovato suffered multiple strokes, a heart attack, and brain damage - relapsing after six years of sobriety. The singer was commended for her transparency in the docuseries, especially as she wanted to create a space for her friends to share their side of the story - given that many of them were subject to online vitriol from Lovato's fans for not being there the night she overdosed.

One person had written underneath the docuseries trailer: "The fact that she's ready to share everything, even at her lowest point... Not because she wants to prove something to people but to attest that these things really do happen, even celebrities fall to different types of addiction, depression and anxiety; and it's not easy to get back up and act perfect whenever people need her to be. I am so proud that she's able to choose herself and is able to let go of people that are contributing to her downfall."

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Lovato continued their transparency on their past struggles in their Holy Fvck album - with one of their songs 'Skin of my Teeth' chronicling their experience surviving their overdose: "I'm alive by the skin of my teeth / I survived but it got harder to breathe / Asking why doesn't make it easier / Go easier on me."

Fans of the Camp Rock star were devastated upon hearing that this would be their last tour, with one fan tweeting: "If the tour has to end then it's heartbreaking but we DON'T ever want a repeat situation of 2018... Demi's happiness and health is the most important thing to us..' the music is everything but them as a happy functioning healthy human living being means more... Demi Lovato we love you [sic]."

Representatives for Lovato have not officially confirmed whether or not we can expect to see Lovato perform in the future, however, let's keep our fingers crossed!

Featured image credit: Sipa USA / Alamy

Demi Lovato confirms her next tour will be her last: 'I can't do this anymore'

vt-author-image

By Phoebe Egoroff

Article saved!Article saved!

Demi Lovato has seemingly confirmed on social media that her highly anticipated Holy Fvck tour will be her last.

The 30-year-old former Disney Channel star, who uses both she/her and they/them pronouns, announced their decision in a series of since-deleted Instagram stories on Tuesday (September 13).

"I can't do this anymore," the text read on one.

wp-image-1263169172 size-full
Credit: Instagram.com

Another said: "I'm so f***ing sick I can't get out of bed."

wp-image-1263169171 size-full
Credit: Instagram.com

"This next tour will be my last," she added on a third. "I love and thank you guys."

wp-image-1263169170 size-full
Credit: Instagram.com

Lovato is currently on their Holy Fvck Tour, which is in support of their eighth studio album, Holy Fvck.

The tour is scheduled to end on November 6, per Page Six. The singer's website detailed that the tour began on August 13 in Springfield, Illinois, before the New Mexico native will go on to play a total of 34 shows by the end of the tour.

The Instagram posts came the day Lovato completed their South American leg of the Holy Fvck Tour, playing seven shows in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and Colombia. Understandably, this can take a toll on someone's mental and physical health.

The 'Cool for the Summer' singer has previously been extremely open about her mental health struggles and battle with substance addition, which she focused on in her raw four-part YouTube docuseries - Dance With The Devil. In it, Lovato details the events that led up to their traumatic and near-fatal 2018 overdose - after they took drugs laced with fentanyl.

As previously reported, Lovato suffered multiple strokes, a heart attack, and brain damage - relapsing after six years of sobriety. The singer was commended for her transparency in the docuseries, especially as she wanted to create a space for her friends to share their side of the story - given that many of them were subject to online vitriol from Lovato's fans for not being there the night she overdosed.

One person had written underneath the docuseries trailer: "The fact that she's ready to share everything, even at her lowest point... Not because she wants to prove something to people but to attest that these things really do happen, even celebrities fall to different types of addiction, depression and anxiety; and it's not easy to get back up and act perfect whenever people need her to be. I am so proud that she's able to choose herself and is able to let go of people that are contributing to her downfall."

wp-image-1263169173 size-full
Credit: YouTube.com

Lovato continued their transparency on their past struggles in their Holy Fvck album - with one of their songs 'Skin of my Teeth' chronicling their experience surviving their overdose: "I'm alive by the skin of my teeth / I survived but it got harder to breathe / Asking why doesn't make it easier / Go easier on me."

Fans of the Camp Rock star were devastated upon hearing that this would be their last tour, with one fan tweeting: "If the tour has to end then it's heartbreaking but we DON'T ever want a repeat situation of 2018... Demi's happiness and health is the most important thing to us..' the music is everything but them as a happy functioning healthy human living being means more... Demi Lovato we love you [sic]."

Representatives for Lovato have not officially confirmed whether or not we can expect to see Lovato perform in the future, however, let's keep our fingers crossed!

Featured image credit: Sipa USA / Alamy