Selena Gomez shines purple at ‘My Mind & Me’ premiere


Selena Gomez isn’t afraid to shine.

The ‘Only Murders in the Building’ star dazzled on the red carpet at the premiere of her tell-all new documentary, ‘Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me’, on Wednesday.

Gomez, 30, wore an asymmetrical purple silk dress by Rodarte ($2,300) and paired it with expensive accessories: David Webb multi-colored gemstone earrings ($215,000), a matching David Webb ring , Paris Texas crystal-covered mules ($615), and a sparkling Jimmy Choo Pochette.

Chelsea Handler joined the star on the red carpet, while other celebrities including Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo and Camila Cabello also attended the screening without posing for the cameras.

The doc, which debuts on AppleTV+ on Friday, examines the singer’s life over many years, including her diagnosis with lupus in 2014 and her mental health battles, for which she sought treatment in 2018, as well as his bipolar disorder.

In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Gomez opened up about his bout with psychosis and his time in rehab in 2018.

“I had to detox, basically, from the drugs that I was taking,” she said. “I had to learn to remember certain words. I would forget where I was when we were talking.

“It took a lot of work for me to (a) accept that I was bipolar, but (b) learn to deal with it because it wasn’t going to go away,” she continued.

Selena Gomez is crying.
In the moving film, the ‘Only Murders in the Building’ star opens up about her mental and physical health, revealing new information about her lupus and bipolar diagnoses.
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There are tons of revelations in the film, which Gomez told Vogue was hard to film and watch, likening it to “sacrificing” herself.

“It’s very vulnerable,” she said. “To be honest, it can be a bit uncomfortable even to watch part of it. … I really want to hide after it comes out.

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