Demi Lovato Quits: Singer Says ‘Holy Fvck’ Tour Will Be Her Last: But Why?

After a successful rollout of her latest album, Demi Lovato has announced that she may be stepping down from touring and that the “Holy Fvck” tour will be her last.

Over the past few weeks, Demi Lovato had also opened up to the media about her past struggles, including her suffering as a young performer in the entertainment industry, her mental health, and even the abuse she’s withered.

In a three-part Instagram story, Demi Lovato left her fans worried about her current mental and physical state.

In the first story, which was a photo of what appeared to be her bedroom window overlooking a cityscape, she said she was “so sick” she couldn’t get out of bed, paired with an emoji sad and sick.

She later followed up with the same background but a more ominous statement: “I can’t do this anymore.” His last post came a minute after announcing that his upcoming tour, which is the support tour for “Holy Fvck,” would be his last.

Demi has already toured extensively, especially coming out of Disney’s “Camp Rock.” His current tour “Holy Fvck” is currently wrapping up his South American tour in Chile on a three-day date at the Movistar Arena in the nation’s capital Santiago.

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According to Billboard, the “Cool for the Summer” singer didn’t reveal more details about her plans to quit, but based on the tone of her statements, the issue could be related to her issues. and current mental health challenges.

As of this writing, Demi has been posting more stories to her Instagram account – asking her crowd in Santiago, Chile for help as she would only be ‘fuelling’ the performance due to her current illness. .

She also posted a mirror selfie saying she would point the microphone at the audience a lot. Shortly after, Demi thanked her fans after “actually” staying the night on her performance.

Over the past few weeks, Demi has detailed the abuse she suffered from key people in her management early in her career – even banning her from seeking treatment for her eating disorder.

Demi Lovato’s 2022 “Holy Fvck” Tour will kick off its 25-date North American tour, starting September 22 in Weathland, Calif., and ending in Irving, Texas on November 6.

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