Demi Lovato is "very grateful to be alive" and after her obvious overdose will return to the detox clinic after a night in a bar with friends after months of celebrating, E! News has learned. On Tuesday, after an obvious overdose, the singer was found unconscious in her Los Angeles home. First responders gave her the overdose drug Narcan and took her to a hospital. The singer's publicist later said, "Demi is awake and with her family, who want to thank everyone for their love, prayer and support." Lovato has spent time in the past on drug and alcohol addiction at the pulmonary clinic, and her latest incident comes a month after she released her song "Sober", in which she sings about relapses.
An eyewitness told E! News on Wednesday, when Lovato and a large group of friends drank the night before their apparent overdose at the Saddle Ranch Bar and restaurant in Los Angeles, adding that they stayed until after hours
Lovato "took her pictures with her Friends, "the person said, adding," Demi was not super sloppy or wasted, but definitely drank, her friends cheered her as she took a picture. "
A second source said they would celebrate their choreographer's birthday in the bar and later the party in the house of the singer in the Hollywood Hills
A third source told E! News that Lovato and her close circle of friends, who are touring with her, have been celebrating a lot in the last months. A fourth source said that Lovato has recently gone to several tamers and that her home in Hollywood Hills became known as an after-party spot for her and her entourage.
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The substance or substances that caused Lovato's overdose have not been released.  "It was not heroin," the source said, responding to initial reports.