Demi Lovato To Perform For The First Time Since 2018 At This Year's GRAMMYs


Don't call it a comeback! ...or do.

It's been 18 months since Demi Lovato's relapse and the diva seems to be prepared to take over the music scene once again. Her manager, Scooter Braun, who also helped Justin Bieber get back on the scene post-self-medication, seems to know a thing or two about redemption in the music industry after drug abuse – he got his client booked to perform for this year's GRAMMYs!

The "Sorry Not Sorry" singer made her announcement on social media, and the performance will take place EXACTLY 18 months since that scary night Demi was rushed to the hospital after a heroin overdose, July 26, 2018.

Her last live performance was also back in 2018, when she sang "Sober," a confessional/apology song to her family and friends about falling off the wagon.

We can also expect another Scooter Braun client, Ariana Grande, to hit the stage, as well as Demi's former Camp Rock alumni, Joe Jonas and his brothers!


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