There's A Specific Reason Selena Gomez Absolutely Hates Giving Interviews

By Aazam

From modest beginnings, Selena Gomez has probably grown into one of the most well-known figures in the music and entertainment industries.

Gomez gained quick popularity at the age of 15 after appearing in the wildly successful Disney show Wizards of Waverly Place from 2007 and 2012.

Her position as an actor and singer in the profession was further solidified by the success of the record.

Her unquestionable success as an artist and actor has given her a fan base that is extremely devoted and extends throughout the entire world, as well as an estimated net worth of about $85 million.

Selena Gomez Has Not Always Been A Fan Of Fame : The Lose You To Love Me singer has spoken out against the less positive aspects of fame having achieved such wild heights of success at such a young age that many would only dream of.

Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me, her most recent and only documentary that was made exclusively for Apple TV, echoes these ideas throughout.

Gomez stated in an interview with Business Of Fashion that she had noticed how "slimy the industry was in certain areas" when she was a small child.

Gomez discussed the negative effects of social media in the same interview, revealing that while having a large fan base, she also felt as though "she had no friends."

Selena Says She Feels Like A 'Product' During Interviews : Selena Gomez's 2022 My Mind & Me documentary gave viewers an unique intimate glimpse into her world, building on both fresh and previous interviews.

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