In the first trailer for her upcoming documentary, “My Mind And Me,” Selena Gomez sobs.
Selena Gomez reflects on her path through childhood popularity and the most difficult times in her brief career in the upcoming Apple Tv+ documentary My Mind and me.
Selena Gomez is prepared to tell the world the truth about her life. The debut of the singer’s first documentary, My Mind And Me, is scheduled for November 4.
The first trailer for Selena Gomez: My Mind And Me was just made available by Apple Tv+, and Selena Gomez published it on her social media. Gomez appears vulnerable in the most recent teaser and sobs frequently during the movie, offering viewers a glimpse into her inner troubles.
Selena consider her experiences growing up famous and the most difficult times in her brief career. According to a preview of the movie, the director of the Apple Original Film, Alek Keshishian, it was “a six-year-labor of love, a breakthrough, every breath.” The former Wizards of Waverly Place performer achieves unfathomable popularity after years in the spotlight.
But just as she achieves a new high, a shocking twist drags her into the depths. This incredibly frank and private video sheds new insight into her six-year struggle. Gomez has received some media coverage during the previous six years. Gomez booked herself into The Meadows recovery facility in 2014 after her highly public separation from musician Justin Bieber in 2013.
She persisted in being an advocate for mental health issues, working with her Rare Impact Fund among other things. The businesswoman revealed in 2017 that she had undergone a kidney transplant as a result of lupus.
The former Disney star admitted, “I don’t think I made the correct judgments because I didn’t embrace it,” saying that she went on tour, recorded in the studio, and continued living her life as usual despite experiencing terrible side effects like chronic pain and anxiety.
The Wolves singer added, “That’s absolutely unneeded and at the same time extremely selfish. I don’t feel particularly proud of that. She sought solace in Bieber again after having a kidney transplant, but they ended their relationship permanently in early 2018.
Selena is merely attempting to make peace with Justin after her illness, a source said at the time. Selena has always been honest about her history of mental health issues.
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