Demi Lovato’s song about relapsing has re-entered the Billboard chart a week after she was hospitalised for a reported overdose.
Sober, released last month, jumped to No. 56 this week on the Billboard Hot 100 chart after being absent from the chart last week.
Sober turned heads when it was released since 25-year-old Lovato had celebrated six years of sobriety in March. On the song she sings: “Momma, I’m so sorry I’m not sober anymore/And daddy please forgive me for the drinks spilt on the floor.”
Lovato’s Solo, a collaboration with British electronic group Clean Bandit, rose to No. 61 on the Hot 100 this week.
Meanwhile, the singer-songwriter says she is too ill to discuss going to a rehabilitation centre.
Those close to Lovato, however, believe that it is crucial for her to go to a rehabilitation centre to save her life after she became severely ill due to a drug overdose, reports TMZ.
The singer is suffering from extreme nausea and high fever among other things. The doctors don’t have an estimate on when she might be able to get out of the hospital.
TMZ said that multiple people who have had contact with the Here We Go Again singer have claimed they have no idea how she will receive the message that she desperately needs rehabilitation.
Lovato was rushed to a hospital after suffering a drug overdose. Paramedics had found the singer unconscious when they arrived at her home.