Fans Put on Concert in Honor of Demi Lovato After Alleged Overdose

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Demi Lovato was supposed to have a concert in Atlantic City, New Jersey, on July 26, but was forced to cancel it after she was hospitalized for an alleged drug overdose earlier in the week. Cheat Codes stepped in to take over the headlining spot, and while the group has collaborated with the 25-year-old in the past, it’s obviously not the same. Fans didn’t let the change bring them down completely, however, and actually utilized the opportunity to pay tribute to the “Sorry Not Sorry” singer with a concert of their own.

A group of Lovatics got together at the location of the canceled show to perform some of DL’s biggest songs. In the clip below, you can see how they jumped on staged, grabbed a microphone and belted out “Tell Me You Love Me.”

They also sang the emotional ballad “Sober,” which was the first indication we had that she was struggling with drug and alcohol abuse again.

“And I’m sorry for the fans I lost / Who watched me fall again / I wanna be a role model / But I’m only human,” she croons in the tune.

The number of fans who attended was actually quite impressive, especially since Demi wasn’t even there like planned.

We hope D.Lo knows how many people love and support her!