Prior to their scheduled appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday, Demi Lovato suffered a serious injury, but even stitches couldn’t stop them.
The “Dancing With the Devil” singer shared on TikTok on Wednesday the painful outcome of a crystal accident while still maintaining their sense of humor.
Guess who needs sutures before Kimmel tomorrow after hitting their head on a crystal? They can be seen showing off a painful-looking cut above their eyebrow as the popular song “They’re Gonna Know” plays in the TikTok, as Lovato stated in the caption. The audio begins, “Nobody’s going to know,” followed by a second voice assuring, “They’re going to know,” and the first speaker once more speculating as to how they may know.
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) July 12, 2022
As the clip comes to a close, Lovato mouth the blatant f-word, underscoring how unfortunate the timing of this mishap is. The day before their new single “Substance” arrives on July 15, Lovato is due to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday. The song’s music video, which has the singer destroying a boardroom before leaping off a building and appearing to embrace an edgier side of their personality, was teased by Lovato on Wednesday.
They captioned the video, “FVCK theatrics, what happened to classic,” which led fans to yell, “ROCKVATO IS BACK,” and, “It’s giving La La Land Pt. 2.” The Camp Rock alumni are getting ready to release Holy Fvck, their eighth studio album, on August 19 and to launch their world tour on August 30. After coming out as non-binary last year, Lovato will release her first full-length album and embark on her first tour since their almost deadly overdose in 2018.
In a statement, Lovato said, “We’re working so hard to provide a great concert for all my fans, and I can’t wait to see them in person to celebrate this new music.” “I’ve been off the road for four years, and it’s been even longer since I’ve toured in South America. I’m really happy to be back on the road.” They went on, “This album’s creation has been the most satisfying thus far. I’ve never been more confident in my abilities as a musician, and this album bears witness to that.”