Demi Lovato will act in the ‘Grammy 2020’: Will be shown after the overdose


So announced the singer herself, Demi Lovatoin his profile of Instagram, and it will be his first performance after having been kept away from the social networks from the 4 of December of last year, when it announced that it would take a little break.

“The next time you hear from me, I’ll be singing”said. And so it will be. The gala will be held this January 26 in the Staples Center in Los Angels.
And this Tuesday, after the sad news to his followers where Demi was announcing his break, he thrilled the crowd with the news of his involvement in the Grammys. “I told you that the next time you hear from me would be singing”, he said.

The overdose that made you almost lose your life for a little over a year and a half did stay away from the scenarios. They found the singer on the afternoon of July 23, 2018 in his mansion in Hollywood Hills, in Los Angeles. Just consume fentanyland immediately was taken to emergency and admitted in the hospital.

This made to cancel the presentation that was going to give in the Atlantic City Beach Fest. Since then, it has offered more shows to dedicate himself to his rehabilitation. His participation in the Grammy awards will be his first performance since then.

It is as well as Demi Lovato joins the gala of the 62nd edition of the Grammy Awards along with other artists such as Ariana Grande, Gwen Stefani, Billie Eilish , Lil Nas X, Lizzo, Maggie Rogers, Yola or Tank and the Bangas.

It should also be noted that another of the attendees to the gala will be the Spanish, Rosalia. So announced it also in your profile in Instagram and Twitter, showing their excitement to be nominated for the prize in the category of Best New Artistto Best Latin Album of Rock, Urban or Alternative ‘The Evil They Want To’.

However, this gala of the Grammy is becoming more and more controversial. Ariana Grande, artist confirmed, just to be sued for plagiarism, and the president of the Recording Academy of the united.UU has been laid off by accusations of misconduct.