Demi Lovato's latest ink serves as a permanent reminder of just how strong she is.

One of the 27-year-old's go-to tattoo artists, Dr. Woo, showed off his latest piece on the "Sorry Not Sorry" singer on his Instagram account. The Los Angeles based artist tattooed the word "survivor" in thin script on her neck. "On a real one," he captioned the Instagram post with a praying hand emoji.

Lovato herself has yet to publically debut the new ink or speak to its inspiration, however, fans speculated that it is to honor her strength and how she's overcoming her struggles. Just last year she was admitted to the hospital after reportedly suffering from a near-fatal drug overdose. Over the years she has been outspoken about her battles with mental health, addiction and eating disorders.

The singer seems happier than ever working on highly anticipated new music for her fans. "The next time you hear from me, I’ll be singing," Lovato posted to Instagram last week, teasing fans with her upcoming new material.

Aside from music, Lovato has recently gotten back into acting with an upcoming role on the final season of Will & Grace and role in Netflix's original comedy, Eurovision.

See the new tattoo, below.