Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me, AppleTV+, Lighthouse Management & Media

Selena Gomez

AppleTV+ original documentary Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me dropped November 4th, 2022.

#RareBeauty pledges to raise $100M in mental health services.

rottentomatoes: 94%

metacritic: 70

imdb: 8.2

Selena Gomez, Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me, AppleTV+, Lighthouse Management & Media

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez battles depression and anxiety amidst her rise to fame outside of Los Angeles, California.

Selena Gomez, Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me, AppleTV+, Lighthouse Management & Media

“I’m very tired. Mmm.” — Selena Gomez

“Let me make a promise. I’ll only tell you my darkest secrets. December 19. I have to stop living like this. Why have I become so far from the light? Everything I ever wished for, I’ve had and done all of it… but it has killed me. Because there’s always Selena.” — Selena Gomez

“Hello, Howard. Really? I don’t feel like a rock star. I’ll be touring in May. Oh, I’m actually at the LA Sports Arena. Um, we have two days till I leave and the tour starts. I have my hair and makeup team with me, so we’re trying new things every day. And we’re doing tests and figuring out what– you know, what we’re going to do for the show. The identity of the show.” — Selena Gomez

“Do we like this? ‘Cause you see through the mirror with the white? I think it’s just the sequins. They even have those little vagina things? Maybe those flattened ones. I don’t know. Just got weird.” — Selena Gomez

“If I was a guy, I could wear jeans and just switch up my T-shirt and put a beanie on… …and nobody would care. Actually, I think the breasts are good. I don’t know. I do need a little breast. It’s my vagina… …in every freaking costume. It’s– …I’m just making fun of myself. Literally. It’s my vagina.” — Selena Gomez

“I wanna have the body to wear it proudly, and I want the booty that I don’t have. Yeah. I don’t wanna be like, ‘oh, wait.’ Making sure I look like a woman and not like a twelve-year-old boy.” — Selena Gomez

“♪ I wouldn’t wanna be anybody else ♪ Yeah ♪ You made me insecure ♪ Told me I wasn’t good enough ♪ But who are you to judge When you’re a diamond in the rough? ♪ I’m sure you got some things You’d like to change about yourself ♪ But when it comes to me I wouldn’t wanna be anybody else ♪ Na-na-na-na, na-na-na-na, Na-na-na-na-na ♪ Na-na-na-na, na-na-na-na, Na-na-na-na-na ♪ I’m no beauty queen, I’m just beautiful me ♪ Na-na-na-na, na-na-na-na Na-na-na-na-na ♪ Na-na-na-na, na-na-na-na Na-na-na-na-na ♪ And you’ve got every right To a beautiful life ♪ Come on Who says ♪ Who says you’re not perfect? Who says you’re not worth it ♪ Who says You’re the only one that’s hurtin’? ♪ Trust me That’s the price of beauty ♪ Who says you’re not pretty? ♪ Who says you’re not beautiful? ♪ Who says? ♪” — Selena Gomez

“♪ The dress is too long ♪ And I hate how it opens up ♪” — Selena Gomez

“It just sucks. All of it. It looks so bad. I’m just like– I have no idea what the fuck I’m doing. Uh, from the beginning. So I get the voice that comes in my head that says you missed this. That sucked. That suck. Oh, you get a glimpse of yourself on the screen. Wow, that looks pretty fucking shitty. And then I’m sitting there and I trip over the co– clothes and, like, this is just– like, it sucks the lift out of me… …and I don’t want to perform. The pressure is just overwhelming because I wanna do the best I can and I– and I’m not– I don’t– I don’t know what John thinks. I wanna talk to John ’cause I’m like– I don’t want to disappoint John. I don’t want him to think that he signed some fucking Disney kid, like– it just sucks too, ’cause, like, the whole song thing. He called me this morning about the song with Justin, and I was like… ‘like, when am I gonna just be good enough by myself?'” — Selena Gomez

“Like, when am I gonna be– like– when am I gonna be good just by myself? Not needing anybody to be associated with. Like, it’s so fu– I’m so sorry. I just, like, I-I don’t want you to ever regret signing me… …or feeling like you need something– the costume looked bad. Everything looked so bad.” — Selena Gomez

“Does it feel young? I do– I w-want nothing more than to not be my past. And it comes back. John, thank you. Sorry. Thank you. Sorry. Thank you. I’m sorry. It’s just too much.” — Selena Gomez

“Theresa? Did you bring my blood pressure machine? Yep. Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm. Perfect. So, 109 over 78 is really good. The average, what you would probably have, is 120 over 78. But when my blood pressure is high, it’s usually 150, 145 to the bottom number being a hundred, which means I could have a stroke. So as long as it stays under 120– I mean, maybe on the bus. It should probably be wherever we are, just in case.” — Selena Gomez

“What is this? Oh, my gosh. That’s so kind. That is so beautiful. Thank you so much.” — Selena Gomez

“Sometimes they milk it. It is? Happy birthday. How old are you? Oh, Mylanta. My birthday? You’re so sweet. Thank you. So exci– let’s do it. So pretty. Okay. I’m a– I could be number one? Yeah, okay.” — Selena Gomez

“Thank you guys so much for how hard you all worked. It means more to me than you can even imagine. This is the most important tour I’ve ever done, which is why I’ve been a mess every day, so that you know. I hope we just go out there, inspire people, have so much fun. And bless our feet, our hands, our instruments, everything. Our lights, Baz, Melissa, everyone. I love you guys. In Jesus’s name. Amen.” — Selena Gomez

“♪ Ooh, the heat’s a common ground ♪ No matter what’s your history ♪ Be free with me, oh ♪ And everybody wants to be touched Everybody wants to get some ♪ But don’t you play a song about love ♪ When I move my body ♪ I don’t have to talk about none ♪ Let the chemicals do its stuff ♪ Till the energy is too much ♪ Oh ♪ Yeah, all I need ♪ Is the rhythm, oh oh ♪ Me and the rhythm ♪ Oh oh, nothing between ♪ Yeah, the rhythm, oh oh ♪ Me and the rhythm, oh oh ♪” — Selena Gomez

“♪ Who said, who said? ♪ Would you tell me who said that? ♪ Yeah, who said? ♪ Who says? Who says you’re not perfect? ♪ Who says you’re not worth it? ♪ Who says You’re the only one that’s hurtin’? ♪ Trust me, that’s the price of beauty ♪ Who says you’re not pretty? ♪ Who says you’re not beautiful? ♪ Who says? ♪. Fuck.” — Selena Gomez

“We’re by Big Ben. What’s up? Whoo! ♪ Me and my girls, me and my girls ♪ Me and my, me and my Me and my, me and my girls ♪. Let’s go. I am about to go onstage. Wish me luck. ♪ You don’t know how to love me When you’re sober ♪ When the bottle’s done you pull me… ♪ I’m so sick of that same old love ♪. Sing it. ♪ I’m so sick of that same old love ♪ That shit, it tears me up ♪” — Selena Gomez

“I was dying. What am I missing? Like, what do I need? Guys, there’s too many people. I’m so sorry. Too many people. No. I am happy. I hate it. It’s just hard being a fucking girl and being crazy already. That’s another thing that pissed me off. I’m doing the quick change, then rip goes one sleeve, and then rip goes the other one, and then all my entire bottom half ripped.” — Selena Gomez

“♪ Oh, that… ♪. Sometimes I– I wake up, and I don’t really feel like I have it in me.” — Selena Gomez

“My thoughts take over my mind often. It hurts when I think about my past. I wanna know how to breathe again. Do I love my own self? How do I learn to breathe my own breath?” — Selena Gomez

“I found out I have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. I’m gonna be honest, I didn’t wanna go to a mental health hospital. I didn’t want to, but I didn’t want to be trapped in myself– in my mind anymore. I thought my life was over. I was like, ‘this is how I’m gonna be forever.’ That’s why I say to people that I have the greatest friends and family, especially my mom and stepdad, Brian. Because I shouldn’t have spoken to them the way that I did, and I shouldn’t have treated them the way that I did sometimes. And then they know it wasn’t me, so then when I wake up the next day, they’re like– they tell me what happened, but they’re– they explain to me– they’re like, ‘look, we know that that’s not you talking, and we’re really concerned, and– you know, just know that we love you.’ We don’t see anything different from what was– last night to now.’ But if I talk about it to them, then I just say it over and over again, you know? I say, ‘I’m so sorry.'” — Selena Gomez

“‘Cause I remember certain things that I did and I was really so mean. And so, like– even to this day, I keep saying ‘thank you,’ and ‘I’m sorry,’ and everything that I do– and they are always like, ‘once we found out everything, it made so much sense, Selena. Like, you’re the best that you’ve ever been, and we’re so happy that we can see that, and we never, ever would give up on you.’ And they haven’t when, in so many times, they probably should have.” — Selena Gomez

“I’m in a better place, but… I don’t know. I guess sometimes I can’t explain it, for sure. No. Totally lost. When I first got out, I didn’t know how I’d cope with my diagnosis. What if it happened again? What if the next time I didn’t come back? I needed to keep learning about it. I needed to take it day-by-day. When I was a kid, I was terrified of thunderstorms. I grew up in Texas, and I was so scared that lightning and thunder would mean a tornado was coming. But my mom gave me these books for kids that explained storms and lightning and thunder, and basically said, ‘the more you learn about it, the less you’re going to be afraid of it.’ And it really helped.” — Selena Gomez

“I love you. You know, my mom was always teaching me not to be scared of life. She’s such a powerful spirit. She was so young, still in school, and eventually tried every job you could possibly imagine. She said, ‘this is what we’re going through, but I’m not gonna stop. I’m not gonna give up. I’m gonna make my life better than this.'” — Selena Gomez

“You know, my mom– she had me when she was still in high school. Daddy. My parents separated when I was five. My grandparents, my nana and papa, would look after me when my mom worked. Hi, Daddy. I can’t imagine the pressure for my dad. He has a lot of regrets, and he would be like, ‘I’m sorry, mi hija. I just– I don’t know how to talk to you.’ But he made me feel like I was the, like, prettiest young girl. Like I could do anything, and no one was worthy, and, like– so, I miss him a lot… but he knows that, so…” — Selena Gomez

“Friends forever. Okay. Priscilla is my cousin, probably the closest person to me in the world, except for my mom. We did everything together. To this day, she’s my life. She’s my blood. Actually we never did. So, we never went back to those.” — Selena Gomez

“Where are we going? Okay. No, we’re– wait, we’re gonna do three. Please, sir? Well, you didn’t say ‘please.’ Every time I’ve come home, I’ve always just gone to the places that I remember. It’s because I don’t want to lose that part of me.” — Selena Gomez

“Hi– a driver’s license? Okay. Oh. I don’t have one. Okay, never mind. I used to go here when I was younger. Um, my name is Selena, so I didn’t mean to bother you, but thank you. Bye.” — Selena Gomez

“Everybody. I used to come here and I wanted to see– you’re office aides? How old are you guys? That’s so nice. Do you know I went to school here? You do?” — Selena Gomez

“Okay. So I only had a crush on Dylan Alvarado, um– okay. Elementary was Sammy Rodriguez. Then it was Dylan Alvarado, Keith Maupin… hmm. No, not necessarily. Really? Okay. And then Matthew from Danny Jones. That’s it. Not one of them liked me back. Yeah, I was just saying.” — Selena Gomez

“And so I would go in there to get my food, and I would sit, like, right here, at a long table. But it was usually by myself.” — Selena Gomez

“Hi. My name is– my name is Selena. Whatever you think you can’t do, just know there’s no one that’s gonna tell you no but yourself. You have to continue to do what you wanna do. So– oh, I’m– yeah? So, kick ass, or– oh, I’m sorry.” — Selena Gomez

“Hello, students at Danny Jones Middle School. This is Selena Gomez talking to you. Thank you for letting me disrupt your classes. And just– just a reminder, your teachers aren’t that bad. You just gotta do the hard work. You’re welcome.” — Selena Gomez

“This is where… …I grew up. That’s my house. Yeah. This spot right here– poor neighbors, ’cause some guy would do drug deals, like, right there, and we would watch through those windows ’cause we weren’t allowed outside. I felt bad for those neighbors… …’cause he would pull up his car, it was an old car, there was a trunk, and… this was the same door. Hi.” — Selena Gomez

“Hi, my name is Selena. How are you? Do you mind? Okay. Oh, my gosh. Okay, this is where I used to, um, descale fish, right here. Yes. He’s just cutting his blood out. So this is my bedroom. Do you mind if I see if I still have my drawing from this closet? Oh, they took it out. Yeah. I used to have, like– I had a crush on Cole and Dylan Sprouse, so I’d come in my closet, and I would write things down. Thank you. Really?” — Selena Gomez

“Oh, my gosh! Stop this. I mean– I’m sorry, Cole, if you ever see this. Um, Christiana? This right here– my nana can show you the photo. She’s taking a photo. I’m looking at myself in the mirror. And that’s when I found out I booked Barney. And there’s a picture of me in here.” — Selena Gomez

“Everything looks wonderful, Barney. I was seven years old when I got my first job. I was proud because I got to go escape my life and be in Barney Land, and just play and sing. I don’t know, I just fell in love with these escape things. Then I never stopped. I just kept going. And then when I hit around 11 and I moved to Los Angeles, I just wanted to work. I loved my job.” — Selena Gomez

“But eventually, after doing this for so long, I started to feel vain. It made me feel lonely somehow. And when I started touring, it just got worse. After I got out of the last treatment center, I knew what made me happy was connection. This is Joyce. Priscilla, are we sure? She had this beautiful doll house that I wanted so bad. Stop. That was Charlie. They would always pick on her.” — Selena Gomez

“Hi. Hi, I’m Selena. I used to come here when Joyce– Joyce lived here. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Is she here? Are you sure? Okay. Do y’all still have that… oh, my gosh. Hi. Don’t move. Hi– is that the– that’s the dollhouse! Don’t– don’t get up. It’s okay. Yeah, well, you look great. Hmm. I’m sorry.” — Selena Gomez

“My health is goo– is doing good. My lupus is in remission. And I’m very happy about that. I got a kidney transplant two years ago, and so far everything’s going good with that. Yeah, I just take my medication every day. Really? I did not know that.” — Selena Gomez

“Yeah? I remember– I remember when we’d come over here, and me and Charlie would give you a hard time. Yes, it is. And I apologize f– no, I do. You would let us come in, we’d have cookies, and I get to go right there, and– oh, I remember. We’d play with that. I think it was over here last time. Oh, my gosh. I was obsessed with this, Joyce. Well, it was good to see you. And I’m glad I did. Mm-hmm. Nope. Oh, it’s okay. We all get through. I hope you have a great day. Okay, thank you. Bye. Thank you so much. It was good to see you. I will.” — Selena Gomez

“When I got my lupus, it was really scary. Then I got out of it and I said, ‘I can go and visit these people, because I’ve had this.’ Hi, baby. And then I had the transplant, and we did a lot of work. And then when it started into mental health, and the same thing I said to myself is, ‘now I can relate to these people.'” — Selena Gomez

“I think things happen for a reason. Just be who you are, Selena. Just stop trying. No one cares about what you’re doing. It’s about who I am. Being okay with there I am. I am grateful for my family. I am grateful for my friends. I am grateful to be alive.” — Selena Gomez

“I’m just gonna add three more paragraphs that I wrote. ‘I think we are better when we tell the truth, so again, and I’m telling my truth.’ ‘I was suffering mentally and emotionally, and I wasn’t able to stay all buttoned up and together. I felt as though all of my pain, anxiety, fear washed over me all at once, and it was one of the scariest moments of my life. It was the day that– that I found out I was bipolar.’ Okay. And I’m sure that means, like– what? Like, certain people or directors or something may not wanna work with me? But then why would I wanna work with them anyway? I think I’m gonna say it. I’m gonna say it. It’s fine. And that’s it.” — Selena Gomez

“Do I have 20 minutes? I don’t feel good. I don’t feel good, you guys, like, at all. Very uncomfortable. It burns. Hi, Raquelle.” — Selena Gomez

“Hi, guys. Um, I’m very happy to be here, and I might be a little awkward, so I’m sorry. Um, yeah. I started when, um– I started working when I was seven, and I quickly learned how to play the part. I have juggled work and school and relationships for as long as I can remember. As great as life was, underneath all of it, I was struggling. Last year, I was, um– I was suffering m-mentally and emotionally, and I wasn’t able to stay all buttoned-up and together. I sought support, and the doctors were able to give me a clear diagnosis. The moment that I received that information, I finally had the knowledge of why I had suffered for so many years with depression and anxiety. So I began to face it head-on, as my mother had taught me to face my fears and challenges when I was younger. I am happier, I am healthier, and I am in control of my emotions and thoughts more than I have ever been. So, I’m very happy about that. Thanks.” — Selena Gomez

Raquel Stevens, Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me, AppleTV+, Lighthouse Management & Media

Raquel Stevens

“How are you feeling? Do you want to do your morning meds? I know the answer, but… you should.”

“What’s wrong? Yeah.”

“John was standing there, like, smiling ear to ear. It literally is in your head. The DJ thing, hmm? Hi, John.”

“That’s it. John was standing there like this. John was like– yeah. Aw.”

“Stop analyzing. Be happy.”

“We had to have a serious conversation with her of, like, ‘what is going on?’ Her answer was also like, ‘I don’t know. I can’t explain it. I wish you could feel what it feels like to be in my head.’ I just remember it being very chaotic and she was hearing all of these voices. They just kept getting louder and louder. That triggered some sort of psychotic break.”

“If anybody saw what I saw and the state that she was in at the mental hospital, they wouldn’t have recognized her at all. And I was devastated because psychosis can last from days, to weeks, to months, to years, to life.”

“Hello, Selena. No. It’s– it’s so crazy…”


“Just don’t worry about that. You already are. What are you sorry about? You were amazing. I thought it was awesome. Can I have a hug? I’ll give you a hug. I thought you were amazing. It was so good. ‘Me and My Girls’ was crazy. Like the– I was rocking out to it. It was awesome.”

“Don’t beat yourself up over it. It’s gonna be great. It’s great seeing you. I’ll see you soon.”

“We have a gift for you, and then we’re gonna leave you alone.


“Can you start with this? This is from me and Zack. This is something we’ve collected for you, for tour. Every day, it’s a good luck charm word for that night and that you’re going to be thinking of… …for you. And every show is a different one. So, look at these. It kind of made us cry. Every day you’ll choose one. Isn’t that cool? We love you so much.”


“It doesn’t feel young. You’re your own worst enemy right now. When you get all into your head and it’s, like, you can’t let it spiral you. Costumes can change. Lights can change. Sets can change. You wanna get rid of the stage, you can perform on the floor. What people like and don’t like doesn’t matter. You have to like it. You have to feel good about it. It’s your show. Thank you. No. It really is great.”

“You put it on your makeup table.”


“Hey, girl. Yeah. It’s right here. Now do I press it? Just start? That’s good, right? Whoa. Should we keep this in here for tour? Like, in your little… okay.”

“Everyone was on their feet…”

“At one point, she’s like, ‘I don’t wanna be alive right now. I don’t wanna live.’ And I’m like, ‘wait. what?’ And it was one of those moments where you look in her eyes and there’s nothing there. It was just pitch black, and it’s so scary. You’re like, ‘okay, fuck this. Like, this needs to end, like, we need to go home.'”

Mandy Gomez

“We heard about her mental breakdown through TMZ. They called me and wanted to know what my daughter was doing in the hospital with a nervous breakdown. She didn’t want anything to do with me, and I was scared she was gonna die.”

“You hand on as tight as you can and try to help them with their treatment, and that’s the hardest thing to do, to then just go to bed and hope that they wake up the next day.”

“I love you. Your nose? Did you hit the door? Kiddo. Oh, here’s one. ‘Stay at home. $145 a day. Processing mail for local company in your area.’ Yeah. Hey, I could do that.”

“Take a picture of her, and you’re gonna take a picture of us, okay? Well, get over there. Hold on, I’m coming. I’m gonna take a picture. Is that all y’all have got to say?”

“Selena, what’s he doing?”


“Just don’t– Chicken Express, to get sweet tea. If you like rolls, there’s rolls. I just wanted sweet tea. Three, uh, large sweet teas– extra ice in one of them. You can’t talk over me like that. I was getting there.”

“Sammy in elementary. Keith. Eli was in there somewhere. Yes. But again, like I said, they regret it.”

“She was, I would say, like, an outcast, growing up, you know? Like, in school, she didn’t really talk to many people. She had, like, her– you know, little two or three friends, but not a lot of boy friends, if you know what I mean.”

“Yeah. Oh. It’s gone. No. There’s writing on this one. I guess you were really in love with Cole. I would, like, straddle… you were on the phone. Yeah. You want me to ask my grandma? Is that why you put poop on her front porch?”

“The doll house? There’s the doll house, Selena. Bye, Joyce.”

“All right. Bye, guys.”


“…that song you were singing about grandpa?”

Selena’s Dad

“I see.”


“This is for your lupus, right? How do you know? Got it.”

Friend 2

“What part did you feel that? John was excited. Really. No.”


“Let me take– I’ll take a little bit from the center. Right. Okay. Yeah.”

“You like it? So formal, ‘the breasts.’ No, it’s not. It’s just– it’s not you… wait. Come and look here. It’s not you, it’s my vagina.”

Alex Keshishian

“So, my question to you is, do you feel like you have too many meet and greets? They have about an hour and a half scheduled. I don’t think it will take that long. What do you think?”

Selena Fan 1

“It’s my birthday. Thank you. I’m 13. I’ve been celebrating your birthday every year since I was three. I’ve had bi– I have birthday parties, cakes, playlists, everything.”


“Can we get a picture? There we go. Three, two.”

“Aw. Got it.”

Middle School Receptionist

“Beep! I need to see your driver’s license if you’re coming in the building, please. Yeah. For everybody that’s out there. You’re welcome. Okay, bye.”


“Do you… who all has a driver’s license? No worries. I’m the registrar. Except– yeah, I work in the office.”

“Everybody calm down.”

Office Aides

“Thirteen. Yes.”

Danny Jones Middle School

“I saw you earlier.”

“Now that is inspirational. Great. Great.”

“You gotta stay after school.”

“You have to hug him. He’s gonna cry. He’s such a big fan.”

“Can I have an autograph? Oh, my God!”

“Can I have a hug, too? Can I have a hug?”


“Yes? Selena Gomez? Yeah. She’s, uh– why don’t you come on in? Yes. Don’t– don’t let anyone else in. Thank you.”


“How are you? I got to move. I can’t get up, baby. How do you like my bald head? Got past that, but, see, I broke my ankle twice this year. I– I can’t get up. W-well, not much. I broke a toe. So how’s your health now? Good. Well, good. You know, lupus is cousin to MS. A lot of the symptoms are alike. It’s autoimmune– an autoimmune disease.”

“What do you remember about me? Okay. Here’s the self-testimony here. You don’t remember anything else about it? That’s what I was waiting for you to say my cookies. Cookie lady. It was. That’s right. Well, it was good to see you. I once asked Debbie if you’d come and see me sometime. You did. I didn’t have to ask. You’re sick too. Thank you so much. I’ll be praying for you. Bye, Selena.”

Team Member

“They’re coming.”

“These two have heard some really inappropriate things.”


“She used to go here– are you a teacher here? Oh, got it.”

“Yeah. No one thinks that you need to say you’re bipolar. You’re 27 years old and you have a lifetime to tell the world that exact thing, unless you are determined that now’s the time that you want it out. No one’s– no one’s against it. It’s just that that becomes the narrative, right there.”

“True. Whatever you think. Yeah. It’ll say– yeah.”

“Is it nerves? What? Or nerves. Makes sense.”

“What did it do? It makes you feel sick. Yeah.”

“Raquelle, this is so cute. This is a whole one-piece outfit, or two?”

Radio Host

“Selena Gomez talking candidly about her struggle–“

“…the star shining a light on her personal battle with depression and anxiety, and the journey that she says left her…”

Selena Fan 2

“Hey, don’t cry.”

Selena Fan 3

“And can you put, ‘bae number one,’ right there? Yeah. I got, like, different girls. Yeah.”


“Do you even go here? Here. Grab one. She does.”

“We have one.”


“I really don’t know. Yeah. I bet your handprints are still there.”

“Descale fish.”

“Is she hungry? What happened?”


“Hey, Selena!”

“Selena, I love you.”

Fashion Team



“Hi. How are you? Good, good. Come on in. No. Please. It’s kinda messy, though.”


“Yeah? Oh, my God.”


“Thank you. Thank you, guys.”

“Are you feeling nerves?”

McLean Psychiatric Hospital

“It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the McLean Psychiatric Hospital annual dinner.”


“Morning, Selena. Selena!”

“Did Justin Bieber make you go to rehab?”

“Are you jealous, Selena?”

“Selena. Did you go back to drinking? Selena. Where’s the alcohol? Did you start drinking again?”

“How are you feeling about Justin? Are you depressed?”

“Are you tired? She’s always tired.”

TV Reporters

“Selena Gomez, the lead single, ‘Good For You,’ was a critical and commercial success. …recently dubbed the queen of the social networking app. Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber have finally called it quits. Again?”

“There were rumors that she had a drug problem– Selena parties too much. She’s outta control.”

“Justin has a new girlfriend.”

“Selena is now on break, dealing with anxiety, panic attacks, and depression.”

“There were rumors that she had a drug problem. Letting the high life of celebrity and partying get the best of her and her career.”

“Selena Gomez has been in dire straits, uh, for a couple of weeks now. Last year, she was battling lupus, and the kidney transplant saved her life. As a result of that, she had a very low white blood cell count in the last week of September. Purely a medical situation, but it turned into an emotional breakdown.”

“She was trying to rip her IVs out.”

“It’s a miracle she got out… …but there’s always that fear that that’s gonna happen again, and it hurt us so much.”

Jimmy Fallon

“And this album, Revival… …people are saying that it– it’s going to be number one, and the tour starts up soon, right? In May?”

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