The story of the song that Demi Lovato performed it at the Grammy’s and wrote before his overdose | Music


The interpreter wrote ‘Anyone’ to days of being hospitalized in 2018

Demi Lovato

he was the protagonist of the emotional moments of the


when singing a theme that reminded one of the hardest episodes of his life, which he wrote days before suffering the overdose that almost killed her in 2018.

The song is called “Anyone”, the american was accompanied only by piano and a heart-rending letter that portrays a cry of desperate help, same that arose while trying to confront his addiction to drugs.

During his performance, the singer was forced to stop, breathe and start again.

And is that, a few days ago Demi Lovato he confessed in an interview with Zane Lowe to Apple Music’s Beats 1, that the composition of the song was “cry for help” prior to his overdose.

“I even think that I recorded in a state of mind in which I thought it was okay, but clearly not what it was. Even I listen and think ‘God I would like to go back in time and help that version of myself,” he said.

“I feel that I was in denial, but a part of me definitely knew what he was singing. I was singing this song and I didn’t even realize that the letters were so heavy and emotional, until after the fact,” said the artist.

This was also the first live performance of

Demi Lovato

since the incident that sent her to the hospital last July 24, 2018 for an overdose of fentanyl, which made away from the scenarios for almost two years.

“So emotional for me. Thank you all for the love, support and for sharing this moment with me”, he wrote Demi Lovato after the show with the who confirmed that it is in a better place and that you are ready to continue with his career.