12:16 PM EDT 3/17/2017
Singer Selena Gomez opened up about her struggle in overcoming the anxiety disorder that made her cancel her "Revival World Tour" last year. She is also reported to prepare her new album with her friend Gucci Mane.
Selena Gomez will become the cover for the April edition of Vogue magazine. In an interview for the photo shoot, she opened up for the first time her emotional struggle as the result of her fame. She told that her battle with anxiety has forced her to cut short her "Revival World Tour."
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“Tours are a really lonely place for me," Selena Gomez told about the how she began to feel anxious and depressed during the concert. "I started to have panic attacks right before getting onstage, or right after leaving the stage."
Selena Gomez had to cancel the rest of the "Revival World Tour" in August, with 30 tour schedules left. This is the second time she had to cancel her tour schedule after her "Stars Dance Tour" in January 2014 was canceled because she was diagnosed with lupus, the auto-immune disease.
Following the cancellation of "Revival World Tour," Selena Gomez checked into the rehabilitation facility in Tennesse. The 24-year-old singer admitted that her anxiety, panic attacks, and depression were caused by her battle with lupus, and the rehab is the hardest thing she has ever endured.
She is now ready to make a comeback to music. Selena Gomez has also prepared her new album, which according to USA Today was done in collaboration with her old friend Gucci Mane.
Selena Gomez and Mane met in 2012, during the shooting of the "Spring Breakers" movie. They became friends after filming the movie, and there were rumors that Gomez and Mane were in a relationship, which he denied in June 2013.
The former Disney star has now prepared her return to the showbiz, starting to become the cover of Vogue Magazine for April edition. Watch behind the scene of Gomez photo shoot with Vogue below:
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