Selena Gomez recently announced that she would not appear on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon after contracting COVID-19.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Selena Gomez is COVID-19
Selena Gomez was recently scheduled to appear on ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’. But she canceled her appearance after the singer-songwriter tested her positive for COVID-19.
Gomez himself shared the news with his fans and followers via Instagram.
She said, ‘I’m not going to be on Fallon tonight. I finally got covid, but I’m resting and feeling good. A kind reminder that the coronavirus still exists.’
Selena Gomez: “You’ve got Corona after 3 shots, but the 4th shot will definitely keep you from getting sick, so everyone should be encouraged…”
— Samantha Marika (@samanthamarika1) October 27, 2022
In addition, 30-year-old artists are entitled to ‘Get Booster Updates. Actually, I was supposed to get it this week. I love you all.’
She shared the message with a post where she could see her dog resting in a cuddling position while lying nearby.
Gomez was also gearing up to promote the upcoming documentary ‘Selena Gomez: My Heart and Me’ while appearing on the Late Night Show.
The documentary will allow fans to take a look at the struggle with mental health over the years.
Selena Gomez has announced that she has canceled her appearance after testing positive for COVID-19. @FallonTonight.
I wish her a speedy recovery! 💕 pic.twitter.com/m5nPgPZCGn
— BuzzingPop (@BuzzingPop) October 26, 2022
More about Selena Gomez’s Apple TV+ ‘My Mind & Me’
Selena Gomez recently interviewed Vanity Fair and talked about her next documentary, ‘My Mind & Me’.
She explained that the series will document her health journey over the past six years, including the fight against lupus, depression and anxiety.
Gomez continued, ‘I’m nervous to talk about such private things, but in my heart I know that this is the time. By sharing my experiences and challenges, I hope I can help inspire people to share their stories. And to have hope that things can and will get better.’
In the trailer for the documentary, a singer named ‘I love you Selena’ can be heard. No one cares about what you do.’
She goes further, ‘It’s about who I am and where I am. I am grateful to be alive.’
Meanwhile, both documentaries will be released on Apple TV+ on November 4th.
The documentary explains: ‘Selena Gomez, who has been in the limelight for many years, has reached unimaginable stardom. But when she reaches her new pinnacle, her unexpected twist pushes her into her darkness.’
It is also referred to as ‘a unique, vivid and intimate documentary that shows her six-year journey towards a new light’.