It’s not easy to show the ups and downs of life. The bad stuff is too difficult to talk about, so we only talk about the positive stuff.
So many people mistake exhibiting vulnerability for being strong, but this person believes that strength lies in helping others through adversity by reminding them that they are not alone.
Selena Gomez is somebody who has motivated me. I now know that having bipolar disorder is nothing to be ashamed of, thanks to the celebrity role model.
It’s not something I use to describe myself. This is only a facet of who I am. For this reason, I can’t wait to watch her film My Mind & Me.
‘Me & My Head. Sometimes the tension between us is so thick that it’s difficult to draw a deep breath… Selena wrote in the Instagram post’s caption, “but I wouldn’t change my life,” a reference to the teaser trailer.
The documentary Selena Gomez is making, what will it be about?
Apple has hinted in a press release for Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me that it will examine Selena’s life and work following the cancellation of her Revival Tour in 2016 due to the effects of Lupus.
As the saying goes: “Years in the spotlight have paid off for Selena Gomez, who has now reached unfathomable fame. However, just as she reaches a new height, a twist of fate drags her down into the depths of despair.
Six years and a new perspective are covered in this documentary that is both candid and personal.” In light of this, fans may expect to hear about Selena’s critically lauded third studio album Rare as well as her possible future fourth album.
It has been reported by TV Time that Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me will run for a full three hours.
To quote Apple TV+, the documentary will be “uniquely raw and intimate.”
The documentary’s official synopsis from Apple TV+ states, “After years in the spotlight, Selena Gomez achieves unthinkable celebrity.
However, just as she reaches a new height, a twist of fate drags her down into the depths of despair. Six years and a new perspective are covered in this documentary which is both honest and personal.
Alek Keshishian, who helmed the critically acclaimed documentary Madonna: Truth or Dare, is in charge of this project.
Aleen Keshishian, Zack Morgenroth, Michelle An, Katherine LeBlond, Stephanie Meurer, Caitlin Daley, and John Janick served as executive producers on My Mind & Me, which was produced by Lighthouse Management & Media and Interscope Films.
For many years, Selena has been open about the struggles she has faced with her mental health.
With over 45 billion global streams, Selena is one of the most popular musicians of all time. She has sold over 210 million singles around the world.
The singer got her start as a Disney star and is now starring in Only Murders in the Building, for which she was nominated for an Emmy.
On numerous occasions, the singer has spoken openly about her challenges with mental health in an effort to normalize talking about such things. She went on to discuss her struggles with bipolar disorder and how therapy had helped her manage them.
Selena Gomez Documentary Release Date
‘Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me,’ directed and produced by Alek Keshishian (“Madonna: Truth or Dare”), will have its world premiere on Apple TV+ on November 4, 2022, the company and the singer revealed.