Demi Lovato debuts with spider tattoo on shaved head after rehabilitation stay

Demi Lovato gets spider tattoo after secret rehabilitation stay: 'Grandma spider taught us many things'

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Love their new ink! Hours later Us Weekly confirmed it Demi Lovato had returned home from a secret rehab stay, the musician debuted a fresh tattoo on their shaved head.

“Saturday at 2:35 p.m.,” the “Sorry Not Sorry” crooner, 29, wrote a caption for an Instagram Story selfie on Saturday, Jan. 8, tagging artist Dr. Woo (real name Brian Woo) in their post.

Lovato’s selfie showed Woo, 33, working hard to draw a new tattoo, which is located on the side of the star’s temple. Nearly 30 minutes later, the picture was completed as Lovato cascaded over Woo’s craft of a large, black spider.

Demi Lovato gets spider tattoo after secret rehabilitation stay: 'Grandma spider taught us many things'

Demi Lovato Lent by Demi Lovato / Instagram

“By @_dr_woo,” they wrote via another Story slide, showing their newly buzzing hair. “Now come @alchemistamber fix my hair pleeeease.”

That Camp Rock the star later hinted to followers on social media regarding the significance of their new tattoo and shared a quote: “It was Grandma Spider who taught us many things. She taught us about pottery and weaving. She taught us about fire and light and darkness. She taught us that we are all connected online – each one of us has our place in this world. “

Lovato subtitles uploaded to social media with a black heart and slide emoji. The Disney Channel alum has a growing collection of tattoos that they first started when they were 16 years old.

“Do you include ‘Stay’ and ‘Strong’? Do you count the individual birds? ” Lovato admitted in an interview in July 2014 with iHeartRadio that they had already lost count of the number of tattoos they had earned over the years. “It could be 10. It could be 26! I have a very, very high pain tolerance.”

In the midst of the former child star’s ongoing abuse struggles, they ended another stay on rehab shortly before the holiday last year.

“Demi wants a sober living companion [with] them during this transition, ”said one insider exclusively U.S Saturday, hours before the Grammy nominee unveiled the new tattoo. “It was their decision to go back to rehab.”

Lovato’s detox confession comes months after they confirmed they were no longer “California sober.”

“I no longer support my ‘California sober’ ways,” it said Unidentified star wrote a caption for an Instagram Story post in December 2021. “Sober sober is the only way to be.”

Demi Lovato gets spider tattoo after secret rehabilitation stay: 'Grandma spider taught us many things'

Demi Lovato Lent by Demi Lovato / Instagram

Lovato had previously admitted that they did not completely rule out marijuana or alcohol after their overdose in 2018 and subsequent hospitalization.

“I called [my recovery case manager, Charles Cook] and was like, ‘There’s something wrong. I live one side of my life completely legalizing, and this other side following a program that tells me that if I slide up, then I must die, “Lovato explained in an interview in March 2021 with Glamor. “A solution that suits everyone does not work for everyone. Any path that is right for another does not mean that it is an effective, meaningful and safe path for you. … What I encourage people to do is just make choices for themselves. Autonomy, for me, is what changed my life. “

U.S confirmed in July 2018 that the “Confident” performer was admitted after overdose, less than a month after announcing that they had relapsed after six years of sobriety.

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