Selena Gomez said she didn’t ‘want to be alive’ during ‘psychotic break’

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Selena Gomez suffered a “mental breakdown” during her 2016 “Revival” tour that left her feeling like she wanted to die.

The “Who Says” singer performed 55 times before canceling the rest of the tour in August of that year to take care of her mental health.

“At one point she’s like, ‘I don’t want to be alive right now. I don’t want to live,’” Gomez’s former assistant Theresa tells the camera in her new Apple TV+ documentary, “My Mind and Me.”

“And I’m like, ‘Wait, what?’” Theresa recalls. “It was one of those moments where you look in her eyes and there’s nothing there. It was just pitch black. It’s so scary.

“You’re like, ‘F–k this. This needs to end. We need to go home.’”

Gomez’s longtime friend Raquelle explained that Gomez, 30, was hearing all of these voices in her head that kept getting “louder and louder,” which triggered a “psychotic break.”

The “Lose You to Love Me” singer’s mom, Mandy Teefey, reveals that she learned of her daughter’s breakdown via TMZ because the pop star didn’t want “anything to do” with her.


“At one point she’s like, ‘I don’t want to be alive right now. I don’t want to live,'” Gomez’s former assistant Theresa says.

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“At one point she’s like, ‘I don’t want to be alive right now. I don’t want to live,'” Gomez’s former assistant Theresa says.

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