Demi Lovato’s First-Annual Mental Health Fundraiser Performers Announced
Demi Lovato is hosting a fundraiser to benefit her Lovato Treatment Scholarship -- and according to Billboard, the performers have just been announced!
In addition to Lovato, who will perform and also deliver a speech, Billboard reports that Christina Perri and Bea Miller will also perform, while Joe Jonas will be manning the turntables all night as the guest DJ. Pretty cool! Also, we love that there is no awkwardness between Demi and Joe and they can both come together for a good cause.
The benefit will be held on Wednesday night (March 18) at the Troubadour in L.A. Tickets are now on sale to the public, and you can purchase them adventuresinwonderland.com. Tickets are $100 each.
Billboard reports that the "Really Don't Care" singer launched the scholarship after her father died in 2012 of "untreated mental health and addiction issues." Of course, battling mental illness and battling the stigma of mental illness is a cause very close to Demi's heart, as the pop star has long been vocal about her own issues with an eating disorder and bipolar disorder, as well as her time spent in rehab.
Just this week, Demi Lovato announced that she has been sober for three years in a heartfelt -- and heartwarming -- Instagram post.
We're so proud of Demi for everything that she's accomplished in her own recovery, and we love that she continues to pay it forward in all of her charitable work as well. We commend you, Demi!
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