Demi Lovato will play US national anthem on Superbowl while planning a comeback

Demi Lovato has announced that she will perform the U.S. national anthem in the Superbowl next month.

Her team confirmed the news on Thursday afternoon on their social media with a breathtaking picture of the singer.

In no time at all, the 27-year-old looks glamorous with a short black bob hairstyle and an orange eyeshadow while pouting away from the camera.

“See Demi perform the #SBLIV national anthem on February 2nd!” an announcement on her Twitter account said.

The Superbowl will take place on February 2nd and Demi will perform first, with Jennifer Lopez and Shakira leading the halftime show.

Demi Lovato has announced that she will perform the U.S. national anthem in the Superbowl
(Image: Getty Images for Teen Vogue)

The tweet that confirms the news

Last year the national anthem was sung by Gladys Knight and the year before it was pink.

Following is the announcement that Demi will appear at the Grammys this month.

Demi’s last single, Sober, was released in June 2018.

She hasn’t performed live since 2018

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She hasn’t performed live since 2018 before being hospitalized for an overdose of drugs in July.

Demi was in the hospital for 12 days and later went into rehabilitation for three months after her near-death experience.

In December 2018, she went to Twitter to address the overdose and said to her fans: “If I feel like the world needs to know something, I will tell them myself.

Demi was in the hospital 12 days after her overdose
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“All my fans need to know is that I work hard on myself, am happy and clean and I am SO grateful for their support.”

As she turned to speculation, she agreed, “Tell the world what exactly happened, why it happened, and how my life is today … but until I am ready to share it with people, listen please trick yourself that you don’t know anything.

“I still need space and time to heal.”