Demi Lovato, 25, rushed to hospital following medical emergency at her home

Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato

The Los Angeles Police Department reportedly responded on Tuesday to a medical emergency in the Hollywood Hills, where Lovato lives.

Pop singer Demi Lovato is in a Los Angeles hospital after a suspected heroin overdose, U.S. media report.

Meanwhile, a report in TMZ published the recording of an emergency call made on Tuesday afternoon, in which Demi Lovato was mentioned to be unconscious and also said that she's been treated with the drug Narcan for immediate relief. "And I'm sorry for the fans I lost who watched me fall again / I wanna be a role model, but I'm only human".

But a source tells Variety that she is "stable". After completing her treatment the following January, Lovato revealed she'd been using cocaine often and had also been diagnosed as bipolar.

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"Wilmer is completely devastated and he still loves Demi and it was just a matter of scheduling and time that they needed to make a romantic relationship work".

"Praying for her right now", he tweeted. In a song released last month, the singer revealed that she had suffered a relapse.

The singer performed the song in Lisbon, Portugal at the end of June as part of her Tell Me You Love Me World Tour. "We had a call out for possible overdose for a female approximately 25 years of age", said Officer Ray Brown. She later shared the video from the show of her struggling to hold back tears as she sang the heartbreaking lyrics. The woman was transported to a nearby hospital, but Stewart said she could not confirm the woman's condition or provide any additional details. She went on to become a multi-platinum pop star, launching Top 10 hits like "Sorry Not Sorry", "Skyscraper," "Heart Attack". "There is no one more honest or courageous than this woman".

Fellow musicians and celebrities, including Ariana Grande, Brad Paisley and Ellen DeGeneres began taking to Twitter, showing an outpouring of support for Lovato.

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