Selena Gomez is giving fans an intimate look at the ups and downs of her life since rising to stardom.
On Tuesday, Apple TV+ released the trailer for Gomez’s upcoming documentary titled my mind and mecovering the last six years of his life.
In the teaser trailer, fans see the Only murders in the building actress, 30, on several different occasions where she is smiling, laughing and bursting into tears.
The star also shared the trailer on her Instagram account, “Me and my mind. Sometimes we don’t get along and it’s hard to breathe… But I wouldn’t change my life.”
In the comments section of the post, celebrities including Julia Michaels, Jay Shetty, and Paris Hilton offered their support for Gomez.
“After years in the spotlight, Selena Gomez achieves unimaginable stardom,” said a press release last week. “But just as she reaches a new peak, an unexpected twist leads her into darkness. This uniquely raw and intimate documentary spans her six-year journey into a new light.”
The film, which opens on November 4, was directed by Alek Keshishian, who previously directed the 1991 music documentary. Madonna: truth or dare.
Last week, Gomez mocked the announcement on social media by sharing a video with the movie’s title projected on a movie screen.
In July, after turning 30, Gomez reflected on the lessons she learned as a 20-year-old in a heartfelt Instagram post.
“My twenties were a journey through good, hard and beautiful times that I will never forget,” the star wrote, captioning two black-and-white portraits of her at her birthday party. “Each one of them has made me the person I am today.”
“I am someone who is still learning, but more sure of what matters and what she wants,” she continued. “Someone who is grateful for every gift and every lesson along the way. I am walking encouraged by so many strong and powerful people around me. I want to do my best to take the beautiful and the painful one day at a time and leave may everything make me the best I can be for myself/for others/for you”.
Meanwhile, Gomez opened up about her mental health journey in May while speaking at the Mental Health Youth Action Forum hosted by MTV Entertainment at the White House.
“Just to tell a little about my journey, I felt like once I figured out what was going on in my head, I found that I had more freedom to be okay with what I had, because I was learning about it.” she shared at the time. “Bringing attention to mental health through the media or simply talking about your travels can help.”
“It sets the example that it is a topic that can and should be discussed freely and without shame,” Gómez continued.