AceShowbiz - Demi Lovato is doing what is best for her. The "Skyscraper" singer, who has been in hospital for nine days following an apparent drug overdose, has reportedly agreed to go to rehab and will go to the facility as soon as she's released from the hospital.
Sources close to Demi told TMZ that her family waited to raise the issue with her after she faced health complications, which lead her stay in the hospital to be prolonged. According to the source, they "did not want to upset her with something that might trigger conflict." Fortunately, Demi "knows she needs to finally get serious help," a second source told Us Weekly.
It remains to be seen when Demi will be released from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and which facility she will be heading to. The first source suggested that she could be released "any day now."
Demi sure makes a good decision, as previous report stated that those closest to the pop star made it clear that they would no longer be a part of her life if she didn't seek help. "She could die if she doesn't [go to rehab], and that's not going to be on my watch that we did nothing," a source previously shared.
Even Wilmer Valderrama, who frequently visits her in the hospital, was said to set up more space between them if she refused to go to rehab.
"Wilmer's come to a point in his friendship with Demi that he's willing to remove himself from her life if she doesn't get the help she needs," one insider told HollywoodLife.com. "That would be the hardest thing he could do but if it ends up helping her in the long run he would be very happy that he made that decision."