Demi Lovato has taken to Twitter to reassure her fans after being rushed to hospital this week. The 22-year-old pop star was taken to the emergency room of a hospital in LA on Tuesday after having trouble breathing. She was examined and treated for several hours before doctors decided her problem was likely flu-related, and sent her home with antibiotics to treat the infection in her lungs.
The next day she sent a message to her concerned 'Lovatics', who had come together to make the topics #GetWellSoonDemi trend worldwide on Twitter. "Thanks for the get well messages… The media likes to blow things out of proportion… I'm fine," Demi tweeted on Wednesday. "Nothing a little chicken soup can't fix!"
Thanks for the get well messages.. The media likes to blow things out of proportion.. I'm fine!! Nothing a little chicken soup can't fix!! 😝— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) February 25, 2015
Demi Lovato took to Twitter on Wednesday to reassure fans
The star is now recovering at home following her ER visit. She is currently on a break from her Demi World tour, which starts up again on 17 April in Brisbane, Australia.
While resting up on Wednesday, Demi shared a photo with her fans of herself with Zendaya, who inadvertently made headlines this week after being targeted by Fashion Police co-host Giuliana Rancic.
Demi was rushed to hospital this week after having trouble breathing
Demi captioned the snapshot, "Forgot to post this last week from the #Unite4Good event! Watched this girl grow into a humble, beautiful and strong young woman. ❤ you girl."
Zendaya publicly accepted Giuliana's apology this week after the TV star made a racially offensive joke about her Oscars hairstyle.
Demi Lovato shared a photo of herself with Zendaya
"Giuliana, I appreciate your apology and I'm glad it was a learning experience for you and for the network," the Disney Channel star, 18, wrote on Instagram on Wednesday. "I hope others negatively affected by her words can also find it in their hearts to accept her apology as well."
She went on to quote Martin Luther King Jr., "Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that."