“Simply be who you might be,” Selena Gomez reminds herself in a brand new trailer for a doc providing a candid look inside her life and struggles with psychological well being. “Nobody cares about what you’re doing. It’s about who I’m, being okay with the place I’m. I’m grateful to be alive,” she emphasizes.
Spanning six years, “Selena Gomez: My Thoughts & Me” affords an intimate portrait of the “Lose You to Love Me” singer and “Solely Murders within the Constructing” actress, revealing an “sudden flip pulls her into darkness” and following her “journey into a brand new mild,” per the movie’s synopsis.
The spot revisits how Gomez, a Grammy nominee who has bought greater than 210 million singles worldwide, was recognized with despair and nervousness, in addition to lupus. “Let me make a promise: I’m going to cease dwelling like this. How do I study to breathe my very own breath once more?” she asks. The worldwide famous person admits that she’s been haunted by the idea that she’s “not adequate” for years. She’s additionally bored with the highlight. Gomez has been working since a child, and doesn’t need to be “tremendous well-known” anymore. “I do know if I’m right here I’ve to make use of that for good,” she says. “Clearly I’m nonetheless right here to make use of no matter I’ve to assist another person.” The activist explains, “What makes me joyful is connection, and it helps me get out of my head.”
“Selena Gomez: My Thoughts & Me” launches on Apple TV+ November 4.