Selena Gomez said she thinks the heartbreak she went through ‘needed to happen’ and admitted she enjoys combatting hate with ‘love’ or ‘kindness,’ in a new podcast interview.
Selena Gomez, 30, opened up about her feelings and growth as a person, in a new interview. The singer admitted she’s glad she went through past heartbreaks, including the heartbreak from her previous on-again, off-again romance with Justin Bieber, in her life, and still has “hope” in finding love that’s right for her in the future. “I feel like giving myself completely to something is the best way I can love,” she said on the latest episode of Jay Shetty’s “On Purpose” podcast. “But I never wanted the pain that I endured to put some sort of guard on myself — an armor if you will — and I never let that happen because I still believe and I still hope.”
The “Good For You” crooner had a very high-profile on and off relationship with Justin from 2011 until 2018 and also dated The Weeknd for 10 months before breaking up in Oct. 2017. She discussed her love life and what she’s learned from the drama and struggles, in her new documentary, Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me, which was released on Nov. 4. She also told Jay that she doesn’t want people to look at her and think she “has it all” despite her fame and fortune.
“I think I really ultimately wanted people to realize that I’m really not that put together. I can be. And I feel much better now. But I don’t want people to ever look at me and think she has it all. And she’s figured it out, and she is perfect,” she explained. “I just want to be someone that people can genuinely walk up to and say, ‘hey, I understand what you walked through. I did too.’”
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