In the wake of the shocking news that Demi Lovato was rushed to the hospital in LA due to a drug overdose, Beat Shazam has decided to pull her episode from tonight's TV schedule.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fox Broadcasting Company has decided that the episode of Beat Shazam featuring Lovato as a guest star, which was scheduled to air Tuesday, July 24, will be replaced with a different, new episode. "Our thoughts go out to Demi and her family," the statement read. Lovato's appearance was taped back in December of 2017.

TMZ initially reported that Lovato had been rushed from her Hollywood Hills home to the hospital due to an apparent heroin overdose, though law enforcement declined to comment on the name of the individual in question. People later reported that Lovato was "okay and stable." Lovato found fame on Disney Channel's Camp Rock and Sonny With a Chance, and leveraged that into a successful pop star career.

Beat Shazam is an interactive game show hosted by Jamie Foxx, in which teams of two attempt to correctly identify songs as they hear them. In the final round, the team go head to head against the Shazam app (which uses a database of audio fingerprints to identify songs in 10 seconds or less), hoping to properly identify the song before Shazam can.

Beat Shazam airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on Fox.

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