Selena Gomez Addresses The ‘Difficult Time’ She Had Endured Last Year; Singer Opening On Her Personal And Medical Struggles
Like her previous tour, Selena Gomez's worldwide" Revival Tour" in 2016 was also canceled due to medical reasons. The 24-yr-old artist took a break from her career after it has been said that the singer-actress was dealing with a really "difficult time" last year.
Selena Gomez took a 90-day career break for the reason of focusing and taking care of herself on her health condition after she revealed that she was being diagnosed with Lupus. In which she said that the illness made her suffering from anxiety and depression, says People. And it was also during the American Music Awards where she said in her emotional speech on November that "If you are broken, you do not have to stay broken", she said.
Accordingly, Gomez revealed and described that her three months break was indeed a relaxing and calming one. Wherein, she revealed that within those months of her career break, she gave up her phone.
However, the award-winning superstar said that she really went through a difficult time last year, because it was also the time that they started the production of her new TV series, Netflix's "13 Reasons Why" based on Jay Asher's best-selling book "Thirteen Reasons Why". Of which, she is not in the spotlight, for she's working as an executive producer on the new drama.
Selena Gomez's new show tells a story of a high school student committing suicide. Eventually, the young woman leaves behind 13 cassette tapes for all the people who contributed to her death, reported USA Today. On Thursday, she shared a teaser clip on her Instagram account, starring Katherine Langford.
She then said that she can't stand social media, and she can't stand what they're looking at. She added that she can't stand what they think is reality and the show is real as it could possibly get. To be able to have a good influence on this generation, the actress said that she would probably do anything that she can.© 2021 The Classical Arts, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.