Demi Lovato is currently seeking treatment for "emotional and physical issues," and the promoter behind her tour with the Jonas Brothers is sending her the best.
"Everyone on the tour obviously wishes her the best of luck and wishes her well," a rep for Live Nation told E! Online.
For fans wondering how the tour, which wraps up November 13 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, will resume without its leading lady, it's reported that she will not be replaced during the remaining set of shows in South America. The show will make a stop Thursday in Santiago, Chile, with a concert in Brazil later this week.
A source told TMZ, "There are no plans to replace Demi for the remaining six days on the Jonas Brothers Live in Concert tour."
A rep for the Jonas Brothers hadn't responded to MTV News e-mails for comment by press time. The brothers have not yet commented on the matter.
Earlier on Tuesday (November 2), Disney released a statement in support of one of its biggest stars, thanks to leading roles in the "Camp Rock" films and as the star of "Sonny With a Chance." "We support Demi's decision to put her health first and we send her our best wishes," the statement read; Lovato's show "Sonny With a Chance" appears on the Disney Channel and is currently on a scheduled hiatus.
Demi's father, Patrick Lovato, is also speaking up about his daughter seeking treatment, noting that he thought she was feeling the pressures of acquiring so much fame at such a young age. "There are a lot of pressures. That is one of the things I worried about when she signed with Disney," he told Radar Online. "It's just going to happen."
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