A Close-Up on Her Life and Career

Selena Gomez was born on July 22, 1992, in Grand Prairie, Texas, USA. She showed an interest in acting and singing from a young age.  

Gomez gained initial fame starring in the Disney Channel series "Wizards of Waverly Place" (2007-2012), where she played the lead role of Alex Russo. This role helped catapult her into the spotlight.

Gomez's music journey alongside acting includes hits like "Naturally" and "Love You Like a Love Song" with Selena Gomez & the Scene. 

Gomez later embarked on a successful solo music career, releasing albums such as "Stars Dance", "Revival", and "Rare" . Her music often explores themes of love, empowerment, and self-discovery.

Beyond her Disney days, Gomez has appeared in various films, including "Spring Breakers" (2012), "The Fundamentals of Caring" (2016), and "The Dead Don't Die" (2019).

Gomez is known for her philanthropic work. She has been involved in various charitable initiatives, including UNICEF, Alliance for Children's Rights, and the Lupus Research Alliance.

Gomez bravely shares her battles with anxiety, depression, and lupus, advocating for mental health awareness and support. 

Gomez has ventured into entrepreneurship, launching her own production company, July Moon Productions, and a beauty line, Rare Beauty, which promotes self-acceptance and mental health awareness.

Gomez is one of the most followed celebrities on social media platforms like Instagram, where she often shares glimpses of her personal life, work projects, and advocacy efforts.

As both a pop culture icon and advocate, Selena Gomez continues to inspire fans worldwide through her music, acting, philanthropy, and openness about personal struggles.

Gomez boasts 240+ awards, including an AMA, a Billboard, 16 Guinness records, 2 iHeartRadio, 6 Latin AMAs (3rd most awarded female), 2 MTV VMAs, 3 MTV Movie & TV Awards, and 4 People's Choice Awards.

Gomez has 63M+ RIAA certified units in the U.S. and is one of Spotify's top-streamed global artists. 

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