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Selena Gomez admits about her Wardrobe Malfunction at the 2022 Emmys

Selena Gomez admits about her Wardrobe Malfunction at the 2022 Emmys

Selena Gomez actually had a rather serious wardrobe mishap during the 2022 Emmy Awards, which you might have missed.
Gomez stated that the lining of her white Celine halter dress was riding up the “entire time” as she was presenting an award with her Only Murders in the Building co-stars Steve Martin and Martin Short during a recent visit on The Kelly Clarkson Show to promote her new documentary. Many individuals, she claimed, “saw something they didn’t want to see.”

Despite the glitch, Gomez looked “radiant,” as Kelly Clarkson pointed out. The Rare Beauty entrepreneur accessorised her beaded gown with bright green tassel earrings and an elegant updo for one of Hollywood’s biggest evenings.

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This My Mind & Me promotional trip has been emotional. Gomez claimed in an interview with Rolling Stone that she will “likely” be unable to bear her own children due to the medicine she takes to treat her bipolar disorder. After visiting a friend who is attempting to conceive, the 30-year-old burst into tears at the realisation. “That’s a huge, huge, present issue in my life,” Gomez added. “However I’m supposed to have children, I will.”


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Gomez also stated that she anticipated to get married by the age of 25, therefore she planned a wedding for her 30th birthday. Miley Cyrus, Camila Cabello, Billie Eilish, and Olivia Rodrigo were among those who attended. “We drank great drinks, and it was beautiful,” Gomez told Rolling Stone. “Then my friend Cara [Delevingne] comes in and brings strippers.” “So I’d say it was a combination of intellectual and hysterical.”

Of course, Selena Gomez was brutally honest throughout her documentary, which she admitted “wasn’t easy.” The documentary spans four years, from 2016 to 2020, and covers everything from the Revival Tour cancellation to her kidney transplant and mental health difficulties. “I’m content. I’m angry. I’m sad. I’m certain. I’m filled with scepticism. I’m still a work in progress. I am enough,” Gomez adds to end out the documentary. “I am Selena.”