Demi Lovato sends fans into a frenzy with ‘shock’ baby bump selfie – but it's just for her role on Will And Grace

Demi Lovato sends fans into a frenzy with ‘shock’ baby bump selfie – but it's just for her role on Will And Grace

November 22, 2019

DEMI Lovato sent Instagram into meltdown after uploading a ‘shock’ baby bump selfie whilst on set of Will And Grace.

It comes after the 27-year-old Disney star landed a role on the upcoming season of NBC's popular sitcom.

The Sorry Not Sorry singer took to Instagram to upload a snap of herself cradling a baby bump in a tight blue and pink polka dot dress.

The singer left fans in a frenzy after they started to question whether the bump was in fact a pregnancy announcement.

"Real or fake? #WillandGrace #MeetJenny," she captioned the snap.

One fan commented: "tell me it ain't true, I'm about to pass out."

Whilst another said: "Omg nearly had a heart attack."

A third commented: "I just nearly dropped my phone."

"Don’t play with my heart like that," a fourth fan wrote.

Although Demi's bump is fake, fans clearly want her to start a family soon as another said: "Before I read the caption I was hyped af. Mama demi."

After ending her six year relationship with Wilmer Valderrama, 39 in 2016, the X-Factor judge has recently found love again with model Austin Wilson, 25 – and of course fans jumped to conclusion that Austin would have been the baby daddy.

However, the real reason behind Demi's bump is because she will be starring in three episodes of the final season of Will And Grace which is due to air in 2020.

The brunette beauty will be playing the role of a character called Jenny, who is described as "a guarded gal who comes into the life of Will (Eric McCormack) in an unexpected way."

The new role on the popular American sitcom is great news for Demi after she was hospitalised for an suspected drug overdose in the summer of 2018.

In 2010 Demi went to rehab after suffering from a battle of addictions, mental illness and eating disorders.

She has always been open with her fans about her struggles and has been very vocal in various documentaries including Simply Complicated.

In an Instagram post shortly after her overdose in 2018, the star said: "I have always been transparent about my journey with addiction.

"This illness is not something that fades with time. It is something I must continue to overcome."

Source: Read Full Article