Demi Lovato is making her long-awaited comeback with a performance at the Grammy Awards this Sunday. Today, she shared an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe where she speaks about the awful situation she went through back in the summer of 2018 as well as her comeback plans.
On Sunday, she will perform a song called ‘Anyone’ that she wrote days before her overdose. At that time, she didn’t realize how intense the words she was writing were. She admits that listening to the lyrics almost seem like a cry for help.
‘You kind of listen back and how did nobody listen to this song and think ‘let’s help this girl?,’ Lovato said.
She then had an epiphany at the hospital. ‘I remember being in the hospital and listening to this song. And its as about a week after I had been in the hospital. I was finally awake, and I just remember hearing back the songs I had just recorded and thinking if there’s ever a moment where I get to come back from this I want to sing this song.’
After her performance at the Grammy Awards this Sunday, she will continue putting out music. The song that will follow ‘Anyone’ describes the thoughts and emotions going through Lovato right as everything happened that awful day. But for now, we will get a glimpse of her state of mind just before that.
You can watch her entire interview with Zane below.
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