While Selena Gomez has always been open about her struggles with mental health, lupus, heartbreak and the highs and lows of fame, fans got a closer look than ever in her new, aptly titled AppleTV+ documentary, My Mind & Me, which hits the streaming service on Friday (Nov. 4).
The Alek Keshishian-helmed film is a raw look at mental health, pulling back the curtain of fame to reveal a young woman who is actively working on her complicated relationship with loving and accepting herself. “It’s OK to feel not good enough and to feel like you’re complicated and complex. It’s just about having a healthy relationship with how you talk to yourself, how you seek help, how you talk to other people,” Gomez said at the Los Angeles premiere of the film, of what she hopes people will take from the film. “I hope this starts a chain reaction of people saying, ‘Hey, I want to say something about my mental health. I want to talk about it and seek help.’ That’s one of the bravest things someone can do. Even if just one person is impacted by this film, I would consider myself the luckiest girl.”
Ahead of the film’s official release, we’ve compiled the most revealing moments. See below.