It's coming full circle for Demi Lovato.
On Thursday, the pop princess revealed she is now the co-owner of the very rehab facility where she received treatment years ago.
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The pop star took to Twitter to announce that she is partnering with CAST Centers, where she got help for depression and bulimia, as well as drug and alcohol abuse.
The brunette posted:
The 23-year-old also issued a statement about the new venture, saying:
Our hearts still hurt for Courtney Stodden.
As you may recall, the 22-year-old suffered a tragic miscarriage over a month ago, leading her to try and start a "new chapter" by shaving her head…
A decision she now regrets.
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Speaking to ET on Wednesday, the grieving former reality TV star admitted:
What's wrong with being a replacement?
Last month, Selena Gomez announced a break from the spotlight due to "anxiety, panic attacks, and depression" caused by Lupus.
Unfortunately, this means the songstress had to bow out of a few scheduled appearances, including her headlining performance for the 2016 Global Citizen Festival in late September.
But luckily for the annual benefit concert, Demi Lovato has no problem subbing in!
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The Cool For The Summer singer is set to join the likes of Rihanna, Usher, and Kendrick Lamar on the New York City stage in just a few weeks.
Demz — who is currently on her FutureNow tour with Nick Jonas — shared her excitement for the event with People, saying:
Bruce Springsteen is not afraid to be an open book… literally!
For his memoir Born To Run, the I'm On Fire singer opened up about his longtime battle with depression and his father's struggle with the same disorder. With the book's release only a few weeks away, we aren't shocked to learn that the hitmaker touched on this particular topic while chatting with Vanity Fair.
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In an excerpt obtained by the fashion mag, Bruce wrote:
Chances are you probably weren't planning on seeing Zayn Malik's appearance at Autism Rocks Arena in Dubai next month, but for those who did, this really sucks!
The 23-year-old has quite a history with anxiety, and it seems things aren't getting better seeing as how he just cancelled is October 7 appearance at the gig overseas!
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The organizers of the events, 117 Live, have promised ticket holders a full refund for the cancelled show and the chief executive spoke on the cancellation:
"We will be looking forward to sharing more of Zayn's plans with his Middle East fans when we have such information."
It's obviously heartbreaking for anyone who was planning on seeing the artist perform, but Gigi Hadid's main squeeze isn't taking the situation lightly as he wrote an apology note to his fans: