Demi Lovato Looks Happy and Healthy During Yet Another Post-Rehab Outing

The singer left rehab earlier in Nov. but will continue with out patient treatment

By Cydney Contreras Nov 07, 2018 10:48 PMTags

Demi Lovato is getting back into the swing of things.

Since leaving rehab earlier this month, the singer has been spotted out and about in the city of Los Angeles, Calif. including her most recent appearance on Wednesday. In photos of the 26-year-old, she is seen grabbing a latte and a pastry at Garden Café, where she is a regular, following a workout at the gym.

Over the weekend, Demi enjoyed a casual night out with friend and designer Henri Alexander Levy in Beverly Hills. The two dined on sushi on Matsuhisa, where onlookers said they looked "like good friends who were catching up and excited to see one another."

The witness added, "Demi looked great and so happy to be out."

While Demi has returned to L.A. it is unclear if she plans to move back permanently since promptly after her overdose, Lovato listed the Hollywood Hills home, where the incident occurred in July.

Demi Lovato's Quotes on Sobriety and Mental Health

According to a source, the former child star is occasionally staying with Henri at his home, as well as a sober-living facility and her mother's house, while she is in Los Angeles. "She is taking it slowly and getting back to life one day at a time," the source said. "She's not rushing to figure out where she's going to live permanently."

Her family, however, is urging her to live in their home state of Texas for some time, in order for her to "live a more relaxed lifestyle before she dives back into working," a source once said.

In the meantime, she is going to "be having therapy sessions and attend meetings," as a source previously explained. "It's going to be a lifelong commitment and her treatment will not end because she is out of rehab."

Moreover, the source said, "She really wants to relax and exercise and do everything she can to stay healthy. She wants to put what happened behind her and move forward committed to her health and making the right choices."