Demi Lovato's celebrity friends are continuing to show their support.
A number of A-listers started showering the 25-year-old singer with love via social media on Tuesday after news broke that she was hospitalized due to what sources tell ET was a drug overdose. Within a few hours, the hashtag #PrayForDemi was created, featuring thousands of heartfelt messages from fans and industry friends.
The love continued on Wednesday, with a new, fan-created hashtag -- #HowDemiHasHelpedMe -- asking people to share their stories of how Lovato has influenced their lives in a positive way. Meanwhile, stars like Justin Timberlake tweeted directly to the Albuquerque, New Mexico, native, telling her she is "loved."
During his concert at the Xfinity Center in Massachusetts on Tuesday night, Macklemore (who went to rehab when he was 25) showed his love for his "sister in recovery" by dedicating his performance of "Otherside" to her, which was well-received by the crowd. The track, which was released in 2009 and also features Ryan Lewis, addresses drug addiction and being in a "sinking" boat.
We should all wrap our arms of love around Demi Lovato. I am so happy you’re alive. Thank God. If I know my monsters as well as I believe I do, we all wish you self-compassion and inner peace. And may you receive the love so many have for you. #ImConfidentInDemi Demi, I love you.
praying for @ddlovato and her health. When I was 14, she was an idol to me in how she spoke so openly about mental health. And now she continues to inspire thousands of young men and women with her body positivity messages. Addiction and mental illness doesn’t discriminate. 💔
As ET previously reported, a source told ET on Tuesday that Lovato was stable, and "awake and responsive" following her hospitalization. Her rep also released the following statement:
"Demi is awake and with her family, who want to express thanks to everyone for the love, prayers and support. Some of the information being reported is incorrect and they respectfully ask for privacy and not speculation as her health and recovery is the most important thing right now."
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If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).