Demi Lovato announced as Super Bowl 2020 national anthem singer

<pre><pre>Demi Lovato announced as Super Bowl 2020 national anthem singer

Demi Lovato is doing really well with this Instagram shock-drop routine.

Two days after her return to live vocals at Grammys 2020, the "Sober" singer casually announced on Thursday morning that she will also release the Super Bowl 2020 national anthem.

Lovato, 27, shared the news with her 76.2 million Insta followers: "Singing the National Anthem at #SBLIV 🏈 🏈 🏈 See you in Miami 🌴 @NFL."

The Super Bowl LIV starts on Sunday, February 2nd, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. ET on FOX. Pop superstars Jennifer Lopez and Shakira share the half-time performance.

Earlier this week Lovato announced that she was returning to the stage with a January 26 appearance at the 2020 Grammy Awards on CBS. This was the first time she has performed live since her overdose in 2018 in December.)

"I told you I will sing the next time you hear from me," Lovato wrote on Tuesday afternoon. The singer "Sorry Not Sorry" added a Grammys hashtag and tagged CBS and the Recording Academy for a good measure.

Her comment – which garnered more than 1.6 million likes – was a retrospective of December 4th when she published a completely black picture with the heading "Next time you hear from me, I'll sing …".

Lovato was open about her current mental health problems, addictions, and rehabilitation campaigns. She recently ended her relationship with model friend Austin Wilson.

"She is currently focusing on herself and her work, as well as her relationship with God," a source told People at the time. "She is excited to see what this next chapter will bring in 2020."

Lovato's representatives did not immediately respond to the post's request for comment, but she is apparently ready to go back to work.