Demi Lovato celebrates six years sober: "It IS possible"

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"So grateful for another year of joy, health and happiness", she added.

And a spot of wind couldn't hold Demi Lovato back as her long brown hair completely covered her face while on her way to the Barclays Center in NY on Friday afternoon.

Lovato's tweet generated a wave of support from the singer's fans, called Lovatics. At 18 years old, she punched a backup dancer during 2010's Camp Rock 2 Tour with the Jonas Brothers. Fans have been sharing their messages with the hashtag #CongratsOn6YearsDemi. In October of 2017, Lovato released a Youtube documentary titled "Simply Complicated" in which she revealed her personal struggles. She admitted to trying cocaine for the first time at 17. "I took on that role because I knew it was important". "I wasn't working my programme, I wasn't ready to get sober".

Lovato has been open about her past struggles with drugs, bipolar disorder and a battle with bulimia, and recently came clean about her struggle to stay sober in a new interview with Billboard Magazine, where she confessed that she nearly relapsed at the 2016 Met Gala. I'm so thankful to my family, friends and @castcenters for being a part of this journey.

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Lovato recently invited "GMA" co-anchor Robin Roberts to give a motivational talk at one of the events and said she is "somebody that is so inspirational and I love her to death, so I'm very grateful that she's coming".

Lovato is on the April cover of InStyle Magazine, who interviewed Lovato about speaking up.

Dianna De La Garza and Demi thanked their nearest and dearest for helping them both recover from eating disorders and substance abuse.

Lovato is a former patient-turned-advocate and now co-owner of the Comprehensive Assistance Support Treatment [CAST] Centers, a wellness and recovery center that personally helped her during her battle with substance abuse.

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