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Demi Lovato 'overdoing gym sessions'

Published 22/04/2015

Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato's pals are said to be concerned by her new gym routine.

The American singer has had her fair share of troubles over the years, and ended up spending time in rehab in 2010 for physical and emotional issues. She's since put her dark days behind her, and often talks about how important it is to accept yourself the way you are.

Demi has also been getting fit recently, updating fans via her social media sites on her gym workouts. However it seems those close to her are starting to worry.

"She's convinced herself that she's just being healthy by spending so much time at the gym, but she's really putting a strain on her body," an insider told the American edition of OK! magazine.

"Demi does keep a healthy diet these days, but she freaks out if she misses a workout. She needs to slow down before this fixation with staying in shape gets out of hand."

Demi doesn't seem worried though, and appears happier than ever at the moment. She's currently on her latest world tour, and looked stunning as she took to the stage in Perth, Australia yesterday.

She showed off her toned figure in a pair of black hotpants, a tight top and fitted black jacket. Drawing attention to her enviable legs the 22-year-old wore knee-high leather stockings and a pair of heels.

"I definitely feel that I'm in a really great place. What's helped me better myself both emotionally and physically is taking time for me, whether I'm relaxing or working out," Demi recently told "Taking care of myself is key and I'm lucky to be in a position where I can inspire other women to feel their best too."

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