American pop singer Demi Lovato is scheduled to perform the national anthem at the 2020 Super Bowl.
The performance will take place at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. Also, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will be the stars of the halftime show, according to ESPN.com.
Lovato has been taking a break from music and the public in order to focus on her recovery. She struggled with drugs, alcohol, and an eating disorder. In March 2018, she celebrated six years of sobriety.
After six clean years the singer then went through a relapse. She revealed her relapse with the song “Sober,” which was released in June 2018.
Following her recovery, the Grammy-nominated pop star will come back to the stage once again (and not just at the Super Bowl). Lovato will also return to the Grammys a week before the Super Bowl and perform.
In addition to her upcoming television appearances, Lovato has also announced that a new album will be released this year. This new collection will reportedly be about her overdose, her time in rehab and her journey to sobriety, according to TMZ.
For all the Lovatics out there, Demi Lovato is ready to return with new material in the future. Until that day comes, get ready for her to sing at the Grammys and the 2020 Super Bowl on Feb. 2.
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