Demi and Lovatics celebrate release date of the rehabilitation

Lovato’s fans from across the globe took to Twitter to congratulate her on recovering from destructive behavior.
The “Give Your Heart A Break” singer is celebrating two years since being treated for a host of destructive issues.

It’s no secret that singer Demi Lovato has some of the most supportive fans around, but on Monday the self-proclaimed “Lovatics” took to Twitter to celebrate what they consider a very special anniversary.

On January 28, 2011 Lovato left the rehab facility where she spent three months receiving treatment for bipolar disorder, anorexia, bulimia, substance abuse and self-harming. The “Skyscraper” singer has since bounced back from the destructive behavior and is now healthy with a burgeoning career.
The former Disney Channel star was also reportedly staying in a sober living facility since her rehab release to avoid any relapse.

Lovatics enthusiastically tweeted their congratulatory messages, using the hashtags #HappyLovaticDay and #2YearsUnbroken. The phrase “Lovatics Are Proud of You Demi” was a mainstay on the worldwide trending list as fans in many different countries showed their love.
The singer also took the time to thank her avid supporters via Twitter.

“The fact that #2YearsUnbroken is a TT right now is…. incredible,” she wrote on her page. “Thanks for the trending topic!! You guys are incredible. I love you all!!”


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