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Demi Lovato declares that the “Holy Fvck” tour will be her last.

Demi Lovato is sick of touring.

 

The singer declared that the “Holy Fvck” tour will be her last in a string of since-deleted Instagram Story posts on Tuesday.

 

The 30-year-old singer wrote, “I’m so f—king sick I can’t get out of bed,” over images that appeared to be shot from a hotel room.

 

“I’m at my limit now. My final tour will be this one. I appreciate and love you folks.

 

The “Sorry Not Sorry” singer, who uses the pronouns “she,” “her,” and “they,” did not provide any other information regarding the health problems she is presently dealing with.

 

Page Six contacted Lovato for comment, but no one from her team responded right away.

 

The former Disney singer has yet to confirm whether they’ll still be doing their gig at the Movistar Arena in Santiago, Chile, Tuesday night. Lovato is presently set to remain on the road until Nov. 6, when the tour closes up at the Toyota Music Factory in Irving, TX.

 

Naturally, Lovato’s most recent Instagram Stories made “Lovatics” quite active on social media.

 

“Demi lovato means everything to me. But every time they go on tour, I’ve always had this dreadful sense that it’s not good for them physically or emotionally, one fan said, adding that all they wanted was for the singer to be “happy and well.”

 

“Demi, you’re not alone; we adore you. Use the hashtag “#WeLoveYouDemi” to add your thoughts. “Remember that you and your health is above everything,” a second supporter said.

 

“I believe that we overlook the severe trauma that Demi Lovato has experienced. We overlook how challenging their daily lives are. I was quite aback when they even mentioned a tour. Hard to read but it keeps Demi healthy that’s what matters,” another person remarked in response to the news. “All I could ever want is for Demi to be happy.

 

Prior to the release of her eighth studio album and world tour of the same name, Lovato had a turbulent few years.

 

In the years after an almost deadly overdose in 2018, which left the singer with three strokes and a heart attack, Lovato led a “California sober” lifestyle, which meant she continued to use marijuana and drink alcohol in moderation.

 

But while secretly completing a second trip in recovery, Lovato declared in December 2021 that staying entirely sober was the “only way” for her to live a healthy existence.

 

The singer informed her audience that her most recent record was entirely produced when she was sober to mark the new beginning.

 

Additionally, it appears like Lovato has other plans for the future that go beyond touring.

 

The singer said in a recent interview with Alternative Press that she has no plans to produce any additional documentaries about her life.

 

Lovato admitted, “Honestly, I’m pretty sick of watching myself, and I think other people are probably too. If not, they can view my music videos, I said.

Himanshu Mahawar

Himanshu Mahawar is the Editor and Founder at Flaunt Weekly.

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