What Happens to Demi Lovato's Tour? Atlantic City Concert Canceled After Singer's Suspected Overdose

Demi Lovato's upcoming concert in New Jersey was canceled following the singer's suspected overdose. Los Angeles police officials responded to a medical emergency call from Lovato's home in the Hollywood Hills on Tuesday.

Following the 25-year-old singer's hospitalization, Live Nation announced her show scheduled for Thursday was canceled. Lovato was expected to perform in Atlantic City. Singer Lauv was slated to open the concert.

"Demi's Atlantic City appearance on July 26th has been canceled in light of today's news," Live Nation said in a statement released late Tuesday evening.

The entertainment company said concertgoers would be able to use their tickets to see Lauv and other performers at another venue at a later date: "Tickets will be valid to attend the Lauv performance on July 26th along with The Chainsmokers show on July 29th as part of the Atlantic City BeachFest Concert Series. Refunds are also available at point of purchase if preferred."

Lovato's Tell Me You Love Me Tour launched in February 2017. The former Disney Channel star was due for a two-month break directly after her performance in New Jersey. Her tour was scheduled to resume on September 20 in Mexico City and officially wrap in November with a show in Fortaleza, Brazil.

It is unclear if Lovato will return to the stage in September.

Despite reports claiming Lovato was found unconscious when authorities arrived at her home, the singer was later listed in "stable" condition on Tuesday, according to People magazine.

Lovato's remained open and honest about her continued struggle with drug abuse. After staying sober for six years, Lovato released a new song titled, "Sober," in June, in which she admitted to relapsing.

In the past, Lovato suffered from depression and an eating disorder, and in 2011 a then 18-year-old Lovato revealed she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

What Happens to Demi Lovato Tour Following Singer's Overdose?
Singer Demi Lovato performs at The Forum on March 2, 2018 in Inglewood, California. Lovato was administered Narcan after her overdose. Kevin Winter/Getty Images