Demi Lovato was recently rushed to hospital earlier this week, following a suspected drug overdose.
And it has been reported the Sober singer will be returning to rehab for drug abuse treatment, once she is discharged.
An insider explained it is safe for the 25-year-old to be released, but everyone involved wants to make sure she feels ready to leave.
She is doing OK, but is still being monitored, a source told People. An overdose is something very serious and can cause organ failure.
Its important for her to make sure her body is recovering.
Sometimes this situation is the best possible. And most people using drugs are very confident they will never overdose. Its easy to continue abusing when you can shrug your shoulders and tell yourself you have everything under control.
Demi previously attended rehab back in 2010, and recently celebrated being six years sober back in March.
She was taken to hospital after an alleged overdose at her Hollywood Hills home, on 24 July.
It was reported she had suffered a heroin overdose, but it is now said she refused to tell paramedics the substance she may have taken.
The Tell Me You Love Me singer is currently recovering following the incident, and has allegedly told pals it has been a huge wake up call.
Demi opened up to her friends and family that she was no longer sober, but was working on her ongoing addiction. However, Demi lost control, a source told Entertainment Tonight.
The overdose has been a wakeup call to Demi that she needs to get more serious about her sobriety and is telling friends and family she will do everything it takes to get back to the amazing place she was in before she slipped.
It has been alleged members of Demis team noticed she was in a bad place a few weeks ago, and tried to stage an intervention.
TMZ claimed friends confronted the Camp Rock star about her actions, and tried to offer her help in a bid to get back to sobriety.
However she reportedly refused all assistance and tried to make it seem like everything was okay – before firing her sober coach and counsellor, Mike Bayer.
Metro.co.uk has contacted Demis reps for a comment.