Demi Lovato has agreed to return to rehab once she’s discharged from hospital, according to US reports.
After spending more than a week in hospital, the Skyscraper singer is expected to be released “any day now”.
TMZ reports that plans have already been made with a live-in rehab facility and Demi, 25, will head straight there.
The website claims that the star’s family hadn’t brought up the subject of rehab until now as they wanted her to recover first after suffering complications from the overdose.
After being found unconscious in her Hollywood Hills home, Demi was treated by paramedics with Narcan – an opioid antidote – before being taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
TMZ had earlier reported that she risks losing those around her – or even her own life – if she doesn’t go back to rehab.
They claimed she had reportedly been warned by loved ones that they’ll cut contact if she doesn’t go into the facility.
A source told the site: “She could die if she doesn’t, and that’s not going to be on my watch that we did nothing.”
The overdose came after Demi revealed that she’d relapsed in emotional song Sober.
However, while it was widely reported that she suffered from a heroin overdose, her loved ones have denied that she uses the drug.
The Sorry Not Sorry hitmaker had been kept in hospital as she was suffering from extreme nausea and a high fever, among other things.
Sources said there had been other “complications” related to the suspected overdose which meant she could not yet be released from the care of doctors.
Demi has been open about the fact she’s battled alcohol addiction and substance abuse in the past and was sober for six years before relapsing.
It has also emerged that Demi sacked her sober coach three weeks before her emergency and her worried family had raised concerns about her increasingly wild partying.