Welcome back, girl. We’ve missed you. On Dec. 7, Demi Lovato broke her Twitter silence by retweeting a complete list of the 2019 Grammy nominations — which includes her collaboration “Fall In Line” with Christina Aguilera.

Shortly thereafter, the songstress shared a screengrab from her Instagram Stories along with an inspiring message. “Woke up filled with hope. Dreams come true, y’all. Thank you @xtina. I love you so much.” Prior to that, the 26-year-old hadn’t tweeted since July 21, just three days ahead of her near-fatal drug overdose.

With that, not only were Demi’s fans thrilled to see her back on the platform, but they were also incredibly proud of her nomination. “Congratulations, Demi!! I’m happy for you, my queen. You deserve it,” one user wrote. “You deserve all the success and love in the world. I am very proud of the artist and woman than you are. Keeping shining, Demi, we love you so much,” added another.

It seems as though the brunette beauty is slowly but surely easing back into the spotlight. In fact, Demi has been fairly active on Instagram since leaving rehab in November. On Dec. 4, she posted a post-workout selfie and looked totally amazing. “Sweaty, messy jiu-jitsu hair,” Demi wrote along with a couple of hashtags including #nevergiveup.

Never give up, indeed! So much so, that Demi is reportedly already working on new music. “She’s grateful to be alive and at the stage of her life where she wants to help other people, and her music will reflect that,” a source explained to Radar Online. “It’s all about staying strong and positive — one day at a time, of course.”

Seeing as Demi has turned her struggles into beautiful music so many times before, we have no doubt that she’ll be able to do it again. Keep thriving, Miss Lovato! We’re all rooting for you.