Just last week Demi Lovato tweeted that she was back at work on a super-new, super-secret project, and now it seems the singer/actress is getting even further back into the swing of things with a forthcoming appearance on "Good Morning America."
The singer tweeted about the appearance late Thursday, but didn't say too much about what it would entail. "Everyone follow @RobinRoberts such a genuine and talented STRONG woman. Someone I definitely admire and look up to!" she shared. "@RobinRoberts thank you SO much for helping me tell my story today. Today was really special for me. Thank you. God bless!"
"GMA" host Roberts had equally kind words for Lovato, who left treatment earlier this year after dealing with some personal issues. "As soon as we have an exact air date will let u know. Will give u plenty of notice. Demi is devoted to her fans," she shared. "Demi's intvw will air on @GMA and 20/20 in couple of weeks. Will let u know. She truly touched me today.
Very open, wonderful."
While the details of their chat are unknown, Roberts added, "Enjoyed spending time with @ddlovato today after GMA. Moved by her honesty. Intvw will air later and will help many."
Lovato has slowly been returning to the public eye, via Twitter and two videos she posted online for her fans. In one, Lovato shared with her fans some tattoos she got in their honor.
"The journey that I went through and the support of my fans was so meaningful to me that I wanted to thank my fans in a way that I know can never be forgotten," she explained. "So I went ahead and I got a little heart tattoo on my wrist.
"It's something that my fans were actually drawing on their wrists while I was still in treatment. Some people even got tattoos of it, so I wanted to show you guys that I will never forget the support that you guys gave me," Lovato added.