On July 13, Demi Lovato had a bad accident. The artist, who is 29 years old, used TikTok to demonstrate a wound that required stitches right over their left eye. The pop star showed the cut to followers in a video with the amusing TikTok audio, “Nobody’s gonna know/They’re gonna know/How would they know?” despite the fact that it appeared to hurt and must have been uncomfortable.
Demi started the video out by covering one brow and turning some of their head away from the camera. They withdrew their hand while the audio proceeded and displayed the cut; despite the fact that it appeared to be a rough cut, they appeared unfazed and grinned at the camera. They also joked about appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live on July 14 to make light of the cut in the caption.
They wrote in the caption, “Guess who hit their head on a crystal and has to get stitches before Kimmel tomorrow?” The wound appeared to be rather little, even if they are receiving stitches, and it didn’t appear to be anything that couldn’t be concealed with some makeup. Demi will be releasing their new track “Substance” off their upcoming album HOLY F*** on Friday.
So far, they’ve only released one track from the pop-punk-inspired new rocked, “Skin of my Teeth,” which takes a candid look at the singer’s struggles with addiction. For the album’s first single, they provided an upbeat anthem. Demi has previously hinted that their forthcoming record will be less pop-oriented than their past efforts. The complete album is set to be released on August 19. The show will begin in South America and then come to the United States.
“We’re working so hard to deliver an incredible show for all my fans and I can’t wait to see them in person to celebrate this new music,” Lovato said in a statement. “I’m so excited to get back on the road after four years without touring, and even longer since I’ve toured in South America.” Demi has a new tattoo in addition to new music. The “Stone Cold” actor stated that they had the words “Choose Love” tattooed on their arm to demonstrate solidarity for migrants all across the world, particularly those escaping Ukraine.