“I just wanted to tell you I love you guys, and thanks for supporting me and understanding," Gomez said on TikTok. "And if not, go away."
"I have had moments when I’ve wondered if life is worth living like this."
The "It Ain't Me" singer knows her worth.
The actress and singer spoke with “Good Morning America” about how being diagnosed with bipolar disorder changed her life.
After President Trump touted hydroxychloroquine as a possible treatment for the coronavirus, there’s been a shortage of the live-saving medication.
The singer explained that the negativity about her weight caused her to leave social media for a bit and change how she handles herself on the platforms.
I was determined not to let my illness affect my kids' childhoods.
Sometimes infertility is a reflection of the health care system we put up with.
“You really don't realize how inaccessible the city is until you need it to be accessible for you.”
"I fell from over 7ft and landed on my face," the Australian Sports Illustrated model told her followers.