Selena Gomez is “not ashamed” of her Disney past, but it triggered her!
Selena Gomez he’s not ashamed of his Disney reputation, but he no longer flaunts the fact that he was a Disney Channel star.
The actress-turned-singer rose to fame starring in “Wizards of Waverly Place” from 2007 to 2012. He played ‘Alex Russo’, a teenage wizard who is relatively lazy but very smart.
Selena Gomez doesn’t want her Disney past to follow her!
Like many of her peers, this role catapulted SelGo to “overnight” stardom and made her one of Hollywood’s “IT Girls”. His relationship with her Justin Bieber it also helped his fame and notoriety.
However, Selena has come a long way in her career since Disney and wants nothing to do with the family-friendly company.
It appears in it Vanity Fair‘s in his annual Hollywood issue and spoke candidly about “The House of Mouse.”
SelGo admits his Disney past can be a trigger
“I definitely feel free from it. Sometimes I get triggered,” SelGo admitted. “It’s not that I’m ashamed of my past, I just worked hard to find my own way. I don’t want to be who I was. I want to be who I am.”
In addition to ‘WoWP’, Selena starred in the show’s spinoff film and released music through Hollywood Records, which also signed stars such as Miley Cyrus, The Jonas Brothers and Hilary Duff.
SelGo revealed that early in his career at Disney, he was told what he could and couldn’t do.
“I wasn’t a wild child by any means, but I was on Disney, so I had to make sure I wasn’t like, ‘What the hell?’ before anyone. It’s something I’ve taken on myself to be the best possible role model,” he explained. “Now I believe that being the best role model is being honest, even with the ugly and complicated parts of yourself.”
That explains a lot about SelGo’s work with her beauty brand, Rare Beauty, which she launched in September 2020.
Rare beauty is “makeup that makes us feel good without hiding what makes us unique.”
Selena is far from perfect, she wants to celebrate her uniqueness!
Selena also took to social media to shed any preconceived notions that she was “perfect.”
The actress has been very vocal about body image and skin acceptance on TikTok.
Earlier this year, SelGo was shamed by internet trolls and responded with a big vibe.
The actress recently shared a throwback photo of herself on her Instagram account.
The photo appears to have been taken on the set of his music video for “Fetish”.
SelGo smiles as he looks away from the camera.
He simply captioned the post, “Mood.”
His followers and supporters showered him with positive affirmations in the comments.
Daniella Pierson commented: “Beautiful ❤️.”
“Te amo,” answered another.
Selena Gomez enters a new era!
Others theorized that the “SG3” era was coming.
“I think SG3 is coming sooner than expected,” one fan wrote.
“Jonggggggggg,” added another.
One fan mused: “Ok does that mean something or… 👀.”
The caption may mean a LOT more than meets the eye considering SelGo has recently been shamed online.
After the Golden Globes, internet trolls took it upon themselves to criticize Selena’s fuller figure.
While admitting to recent weight gain, Sel said the weight gain was due to holiday indulgence.
The actress has dealt with body-shamers several times over the years. She previously took a long hiatus from Instagram, but has returned by posting a series of selfies and other personal photos.
Gomez hit back at body shamers who trolled her after her appearance at the 2023 Golden Globes via an Instagram video. Mirror.
One troll suggested the actress would “look like her mum’s body” if she let her weight fluctuate, while another wrote: “Selena, time to get in shape.”
She also faced the same heat on Twitter, with one user claiming she looked “a bit silly”.
Responding to the negative comments, the singer admitted that she has put on weight lately, but it’s because she’s having fun.
“I’m a little big now because I had fun over the holidays,” SelGo told fans, seemingly oblivious to the body image chatter.
After the comment, the “Wizards of Waverly Place” star and her 9-year-old sister, who also appeared in the live video, burst into laughter after declaring, “But we don’t care.”