Speaking to Newsette , the singer, who dated Justin Bieber on and off for years, explained that she had spent the last few months reflecting on her love life. In April, Gomez opened up about being diagnosed with bipolar disorder. During the minute conversation, the discussion turned to mental health after Cyrus asked Gomez how she was coping during the current coronavirus pandemic. Gomez revealed that she recently found out she had bipolar disorder during a visit to a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, adding that the condition no longer scares her. It is thought between one to two per cent of adults have bipolar disorder, although NHS figures show more younger people, aged 16 to 34, are diagnosed with the condition. Join thought-provoking conversations, follow other Independent readers and see their replies.
Selena Gomez Recalls Pressure To Be Overtly Sexual
Selena Gomez Says She Felt Pressure To Be Sexual In Music Videos
The singer said there was "pressure to seem more adult" for her album Revival , which included songs like "Hands to Myself". Selena Gomez is reflecting on the pressures she faced as a budding pop star. Speaking with Allure for the magazine's October Best of Beauty issue cover story, the "Lose You to Love Me" singer, 28, opened up about dealing with expectations early in her music career to be more sexualized. I really don't think I was [that] person. Today, the singer — who debuted her latest album Rare in January and recently launched a brand-new beauty brand under the same name — added that she doesn't Google herself. I honestly can't," she explained.
Selena Gomez explains why ‘years of confusion and being in love’ were ‘worth it’
JUSTIN Bieber and Selena Gomez had a "super private" vacation in the summer of , where the brunette beauty slept with her then-boyfriend for the first time. The year-old singer then told a pal the year-old beauty had shown she was "in love" with him by agreeing to have sex for the first time during the break. The friend told RadarOnline.
Selena Gomez has opened up about the pressures she has experienced in her career, including the need to be more 'sexual' after she left the world of Disney. Since then, it's been albums, tours, movies, producing films and documentaries, cooking shows and a beauty line. But, Gomez has revealed that - in a similar way that many former child stars experience when they move on to solo projects - she has felt pressure to sexualise herself.