Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.
Selena Gomez pleasantly amazed the audience at the Rose Bowl by performing her 2021 collaboration with Coldplay.
Selena Gomez had a delightful stage moment with Chris Martin!
The 31-year-old “Back to You” singer attended Coldplay’s performance at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, on Sunday. She pleasantly surprised fans by taking the stage alongside the British band to perform their 2021 collaborative track, “Let Somebody Go.”
Gomez expressed her gratitude on her Instagram Story, sharing moments from the heartfelt performance, which also included the participation of singer H.E.R. She wrote, “Thank you @coldplay @hermusicofficial for an amazing night.”
In a video clip, the audience erupted in cheers as Selena Gomez joined Chris Martin, 46, who sported a wide grin, while the “Single Soon” singer began to deliver the heartfelt song.
Gomez also shared another photo showcasing her attire for the performance: a long black gown paired with silver sequined boots. She also posted a clip featuring H.E.R., 26, joining the duo during the song.
Away from the stage, the singer and actress recently discussed her complex feelings about the release of her 2022 Apple TV+ documentary, “My Mind & Me.” During her talk at the Universal Music Group and Thrive Global’s inaugural Music & Health conference in September, she disclosed that she had initially been “very resistant” to the idea of filming the documentary, which ultimately premiered in November 2022.
Selena Gomez expressed her uncertainty about the project, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter, saying, “There was a very extended period where I genuinely questioned if it was a wise decision.” She went on to explain that she had ambitions of focusing solely on acting for some time and was unsure if participating in the documentary might have negative consequences for her life and career.
Even though she had reservations initially about allowing people into her life, Selena Gomez, the co-founder of Rare Beauty, experienced a profound sense of relief when the documentary aired. It provided her with the opportunity to openly discuss deeply personal matters, including her struggles with body image, the challenges of living with lupus, and her ongoing journey with mental health.
“I felt like a huge weight was lifted,” Gomez shared. “I felt like I got to say things that I’ve been keeping in for years.” She went on to admit that watching the documentary was a difficult experience for her, and she had no intention of watching it again. Nevertheless, she expressed immense pride in the project and acknowledged her gratitude for the team that collaborated with her on it, emphasizing how fortunate she felt to have had their support.