Selena Gomez is “nervous” to share her “hardships” in her new documentary.
The 30-year-old star is the focus of the documentary My Mind and Me, which airs on Apple TV+, and Selena has confessed to having mixed feelings about the project.
The chart-topping singer has been outspoken about her mental health issues, explaining:
“I hope that by sharing my experiences and difficulties, I can help people want to share their own stories, and hope that things will get better and get better.” I hope to become
The documentary looks at the pop star’s mental health journey, and Selena admits the project “took a life of its own.”
She told Vanity Fair magazine:
Selena is teaming up with director Alec Keshisian to produce a documentary.
And Selena enjoyed her experience working with Alec, best known for her 1991 Madonna documentary.
The hitmaker of ‘Lose You to Love Me’ said, ‘I saw ‘Truth or Dare’ and thought it was one of the greatest music documentaries ever filmed.
“I’ve seen it seven times. It’s an actual work of art. It’s not just ‘Here I am on tour and I’m experiencing things.’ It’s a glimpse into someone’s life.” And there was respect and love and empathy and nothing sugar-coated.
Serena also felt comfortable working with a respected director.
“He is very kind and caring and I trust him completely. Most of the time I forgot he was even there. was there.”