Demi Lovato recently announced on Instagram that her current Holy Fvck tour will be her last. The reason for this is health problems: “I can’t do it anymore,” says the singer.

    Last Tuesday (September 13), Lovato wrote on her Instagram story: “I’m so freaking sick I can’t get out of bed. I can not do this anymore. This next tour will be my last. I love and thank you guys.” She also released a series of window pictures to explain her statement. What exactly the singer suffers from, she has not revealed.

    Lovato continued in other posts: “I will still do my best for you. But I need help singing, so sing along out loud,” Lovato said, referring to the rest of her tour dates. Then she added: “I hardly have a voice, I will often hold the microphone to the audience tonight”. If she actually ends her tour as planned, she will have to hold out until November.

    Away from pop, towards rock

    In August, Lovato released her album HOLY FVCK, which includes features with Royal & the Serpent, YUNGBLUD and Dead Sara, among others. She also co-produced a few tracks with Warren “Oak” Felder and Michael Pollack. The record reflects their musical change of direction: away from pop towards rock. In an interview for Apple Music, she explained, “One influence that really changed my musical direction was Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Since You’ve Been Gone.’ That was a monster record. And I saw her transition as an artist from R&B soul pop to pop rock. And I thought: wait a minute, this is what I want to do”.