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Here's Where You Can Watch the New Selena Gomez Documentary to Get in the Loop

Here's Where You Can Watch the New Selena Gomez Documentary to Get in the Loop
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Not on Netflix? Not a problem!

Selena Gomez made a bit of splash on social media recently when she storied a friendly photo of herself with model Hailey Bieber, who happens to be the wife of her ex-boyfriend pop artist Justin Bieber. As a shutdown of feud rumors, the tasteful viral picture is just one of the most recent reminders that your average social media user truly has no idea what goes on in the lives of even the world's most prized celebrities and influencers.

Selena herself is quite the busy gal with producing-acting credits on Hulu's Only Murders in the Building and HBO Go's Selena + Chef, on top of starring roles in Prime Video's Hotel Transylvania and Netflix's The Fundamentals of Caring. Forget the EGOT; the true accomplishment these days is completing BINGO on all the streaming services. And with the release of her new musical documentary My Mind & Me on Apple TV+, the music artist is one step closer to taking over streaming!


Here's where to watch the Selena Gomez documentary My Mind & Me

The new Selena Gomez documentary My Mind & Me is available to stream on Apple TV+. The 95-minute film follows Selena's career as a musical performer, actress, and producer from 2015 to 2021, which was more difficult to navigate after being diagnosed with the lupus autoimmune disorder and struggling with mental health issues, such as severe anxiety, depression, and a bipolar disorder.

The film provides a strikingly intimate portrait of the former child actress that has never been shown before, all brought to screen by director Alek Keshishian, who previously directed the Madonna documentary Truth or Dare (as well as Gomez' own "Hands to Myself" music video).

For fans of the artist—or even for those interested in the life behind the curtain in general—this would be a fitting gateway into the rest of Apple TV Plus' more curated content. Not to mention it'd actually make the subscription fee worth it!

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This story originally appeared on Spot.phMinor edits have been made by the editors.

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