After taking a brief break from the spotlight, Selena Gomez reappeared with a blonde look, which despite having brought it back a long time, now takes it up again referring to the glamor of old Hollywood.
But what is relevant that the singer returned with this peculiar style? Here the details.
Selena Gomez poses for the cover of Elle USA
It was thanks to Elle USA magazine that Gomez returned to the public eye after being chosen for appear on the cover of the September issue. This election was not random as its editor-in-chief Nina Garcia, who is from Barranquilla, Colombia, wanted to honor her Latino roots and celebrate the impact this community has had in the United States.
Garcia wanted the interpreter to represent all those ideals and what better, than appearing on this cover, which is also part of a dream.
The celebrity confessed that in the midst of all the battles he had to fight with his lupus, kidney transplantation, anxiety, depressive symptoms, bipolar disorder and love breakups public, she never gave up because she was sure that her mission was “keep helping people.”
“That’s really what kept me going. There could have been a time when I wasn’t strong enough and did something that hurt me.”
Selena Gomez in Marilyn Monroe style
In addition to showing off her blonde waves in full color, the artist also gave her fans a black and white session wearing a look from the 50s as a Pin-up-girl, very Marilyn Monroe style, where sensuality and glamor form a perfect combination.
Gomez also revealed that social media came to take control of his mental health, and to counteract that negative effect, he decided to move away little by little, publishing only positive content through his assistant, who is the person who actually uploads all the content to his official accounts.
Finally, the singer talks about the projects that now motivate her and that seek to raise awareness among her audience.
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Gomez seeks to raise awareness about human trafficking and the situation of migrants and undocumented immigrants in the United States, that for her are of utmost importance because it should be remembered that she has Mexican roots thanks to her father Ricardo Joel Gómez, who is Mexican and originally from Guadalajara, Jalisco.