The 26-year-old singer took to social media on Friday following the news that she'd scored her second GRAMMY nomination. This year's nod -- Best Pop Duo/Group Performance -- is for Christina Aguilera's track, "Fall In Line," on which Lovato was featured. Prior to this year's recognition, Lovato earned a Best Pop Vocal Album nomination for Confident.
On Twitter, Lovato said that the nomination gave her hope. "Woke up filled with hope," she wrote. "Dreams come true y’all... thank you @xtina. I love you so much ?"
"She needs to surround herself with those that support her goals and to stay away from any negativity," the source said. "Demi has come a very long way. She's grown emotionally and matured a great deal through this process. She realizes there is no quick fix and has accepted the fact she needs to take this one day at a time. She still has a sober companion and she has built a very strong support group."
"She has committed to her sobriety right now," the source added. "It is No. 1, and she is literally taking it one day at a time. She considers each sober day a huge accomplishment."
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