Selena Gomez: will her next album be the last?

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As the international star prepares a new album and dates a major music producer, Selena Gomez has once again discussed the idea of ​​retiring from the music industry. We explain the reasons to you.

With 410 million followers on Instagram, Selena Gomez is one of the most influential celebrities in the world. Singer, actress, influencer, boss of her own cosmetics brand, the former Disney Channel starlet continues to evolve in several fields, blossoms in a new romantic relationship with producer Benny Blanco and lives at 100 miles per hour . Podcast guest SmartLess actors Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes and Will Arnett, she took the opportunity to discuss her feelings and in particular her musical career.

Find serenity

Today a pop star, Selena Gomez, who is preparing her fourth album, does not take her mental health lightly. In fact, her status imposes real pressure on her that she no longer wants to endure on a daily basis. For this, she stated in her interview that she was “ went to a psychiatric institute » and that she had made the decision to cancel one of her tours.

But that’s not all. To preserve her health, Justin Bieber’s ex-girlfriend also expressed the idea of ​​choosing between all her professional hats. “ I feel like I have one more album in me, but I’d probably choose comedy (if I was asked to choose between that and music) (…) I want to relax because I’m tired “.

According to her, it would above all be a question of settling on a lasting and stable activity. “ I started having a lot of fun with music, and then touring was really fun. But I was doing my TV show at the same time (Wizards of Waverly Place), and I thought it was really fun, so I continued. But the older I get, the more I want to find something to settle on “, she explained.

So is this soon the end of the star’s musical career? For the moment, Selena Gomez has not made anything official, even if in 2021 she had already declared that she wanted to retire from this industry.


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