Selena Gomez

"I want people to remember me for my heart," the actor, who in 2018 was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, told Elle magazine.
Fans had called out "The Good Fight" this week for including a line about Gomez's health in a scene about "cancel culture."
Viewers blasted the Paramount+ series for making light of "a life-threatening situation," adding that the star and her donor "deserve better."
The actor and singer has been gracing the red carpet for nearly 15 years.
"It's hard to keep doing music when people don't necessarily take you seriously," Gomez told Vogue in a new interview.
The singer tweeted that “Facebook is going to be responsible for thousands of deaths if they don’t take action now!”
An episode of Peacock's “Saved By The Bell” reboot sparked major outrage for insensitive jokes about the singer’s lifesaving transplant surgery.
The actor and singer has signed on to portray Silvia Vásquez-Lavado, the first openly gay woman to scale the Seven Summits, in the upcoming biopic.
The royal revealed her own scar — from scoliosis surgery at age 12 — on her wedding day.
The singer said she finally feels "confident in who I am and what I went through."
The singer told Allure how she was pushed out of her comfort zone while making her 2015 album "Revival": "There was pressure to seem more adult."
Lovato hinted that Gomez's tribute after her comeback Grammys performance rubbed her the wrong way.
In an interview with Amy Schumer, the singer explained why she's been so honest with her fans about her mental health struggles.
The two Disney Channel alums candidly talked about mental health on Instagram Live.
Many celebrities, from Lizzo to Selena Gomez, are following health experts’ advice to stay inside and have shared how they are spending their time.
The singer scored new ink at New York City's Bang Bang tattoo parlor and shared a look with her fans on Instagram.
The "Rare" singer and "The Tonight Show" host gamely played "Can You Feel It?"
"I can’t wait to see the headlines on this one," the "Lose You To Love Me" singer said.
Gomez said Swift and her mom were "proud" of her for leaving behind "the horrible things, the abuse, the emotional chaos."
The "Look at Her Now" singer was reportedly dealing with anxiety before she went on stage.