Selena Gomez




Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez Age, Height and Other Key Info

Birthday July 22, 1992
Age 31
Siblings: She has one half-sister, Gracie Elliot Teefey, and one half-brother, Marcus Gomez.
Origin Grand Prairie, Texas, United States
Occupation Actress, Singer, Producer, Philanthropist, Fashion Designer
Father’s Name Ricardo Joel Gomez
Mother’s Name Amanda Dawn “Mandy” Cornett
Height 5 feet 5 inches (165 cm)
Current City Los Angeles, California, United States
Born Country United States

Selena Marie Gomez born on July 22, 1992, is a famous American singer, movie star, filmmaker, and a successful entrepreneur Her emergence from smaller character to multidimensional artist and businessperson displays her abilities and dedication.


Early Life

Selena GomezGomez was born in the city of Grand Prairie, Texas, which is where her parents Ricardo Joel Gomez and Mandy Teefey lived. Her mother is one of the people she loves, but she left very early due to her theatre performances which was a sweet escape from her childhood pain. 

Career Beginnings (2002-2006)

She embarked upon acting in child-oriented TV series, for instance, “Barney & Friends” and small-scale film roles. Gomez’s determination through all the difficulties remained as strong as ever, and classifying an acting career as a perfect option for her .

Breakthrough with Disney (2007-2012)


Selena GomezGomez had her acting debut as Alex Russo in the Disney Channel sitcom “Wizards of Waverly Place.” She has not only found herself in the manner people see her, but also it had an edge of stardom that led to teenage idol. Around this period, she was also attempting with music, making the band Selena Gomez & the Scene and released several widely applauded albums.

Transition to Solo Career (2013-2014)

Owing to her choice to develop as a solo artist, the inception of her first solo album “Stars Dance” was fortuitous. Despite some personal struggles like health concerns, she kept on pushing and never lost her enthusiasm for promoting her music and appearing on screen. 

Exploration of Mature Roles (2012-2014)

Selena Gomez

Gomez landed new roles; they were artistis roles like in the movies “Spring Breakers(2014) ” and “Rudderless”  which showed her ability as a artisan performer. Gomez left Disney identity and focused on artistic growth instead. 


Philanthropy and Entrepreneurship

Alongside the Success in her creative job, Gomez is also recognized for the philanthropic work and her championing with people like the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. She frequently aids humanitarian organizations and is an ardent supporter for mental health education and equality between men and women. Furthermore Furthermore, Gomez’s entrepreneurial ventures, such as the cosmetics line Rare Beauty, reflect her ambition to have a positive influence.

2015–2016: Revival

Selena Gomez’s career took a big turn in this era with the release of her second studio album, “Revival” and a this is a one of my memorable events.

Collaborations and Achievements

Selena Gomez

Gomez teamed with DJ Zedd on “I Want You to Know” and featured in Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” music video.

Her single “Good for You” with ASAP Rocky became an overnight success, hitting at #1 on the Digital Songs list. Gomez released her album “Revival,” which received excellent feedback and climbed at #1 on the US Billboard . Songs like “Same Old Love” and “Hands to Myself” enabled Gomez climb the music charts.

She received the Chart-Topper Award at the Billboard Women in Music event. Gomez’s work has expanded outside music, which include roles as a popular counselor on “The Voice” and guest roles in films like “The Big Short.” She starred in “The Fundamentals of Caring” and participated on “Saturday Night Live.” Gomez’s taking part in many productions indicates her flexibility as a performer.

Challenges and Triumphs

Selena Gomez

Gomez encountered emotional challenges, especially anxiety and depression as a consequence of a lupus diagnosis.

She cancelled several of her Revival Tour dates to give priority to her mental health and self-care. Gomez’s glorious return to the spotlight at celebrations such as the American Music Awards was marked by enthusiastic statements that resonated with sentiments of followers.



Standalone Releases and “13 Reasons Why” During this time, Gomez continuing to release singles while also working in television production with the show “13 Reasons Why.”

Musical Collaborations 

Selena GomezGomez and DJ Kygo worked together on “It Ain’t Me,” that proved a worldwide accomplishment. She generated singles such as “Bad Liar,” which earned favorable reviews and dominated the music charts. Gomez additionally worked as an executive producer on the television production of “Thirteen Reasons Why,” which tackled difficult issues with delicacy .

Commercial Success

Selena GomezConsidering all the controversy around “13 Reasons Why,” the program achieved glowing reviews and proved an international hit. Gomez obtained numerous applauds and awards for her songs, solidifying her as an influential figure in music and television.


 “Rare,” “Revelación,” and Television Projects During this time, Gomez launched her highly appreciated album “Rare,” ventured in Spanish-language music with the EP “Revelación,” and furthered her television career.

Critical Acclaim

Gomez’s album “Rare” landed at #1 on the US charts with glowing feedback underlining her creative progress. “Revelación” proved Gomez’s initial venture into Spanish-language music, and it proved equally artistically and commercially successful.

Television Recognition


Gomez became well-known for her role in the famous television series “Only Murders in the Building,” that she actually produced. The roles she played on a variety of series on television earned her countless nominations and awards, solidifying her stature as a versatile artist.

Personal Growth and Advocacy

Throughout the years, Gomez underscored her mental health, freely expressing her challenges and urging for self-care. Her documentary “Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me” earned admiration for giving an honest and personal peek into her life while also underlining the need of mental health consciousness.

Continued Success and Future Projects

Continued Success and Future Projects Gomez’s most recent initiatives, which include standalone singles and partnerships, have received significant praise and commercial success. She is expanding her standing in the entertainment sector through a number of endeavors including music, television, and film. Gomez, who stresses on honesty and personal improvement, is an influential figure in pop culture and campaigning.

2024: Upcoming Fourth Studio Album

 She characterized the new album as “really powerful, strong, and very pop,” with themes like “freedom from relationships [and] despair.” In January 2024, Gomez expressed her preference for acting over music, saying that she plans to release “one more album.” Despite this, she released the single “Love On” on February 22, 2024.

Upcoming Projects

Gomez’s cinematic ventures include the horror thriller “Dollhouse,” the biographical picture “In the Shadow of the Mountain,” it was based on Silvia Vasquez-Lavado’s biography, and the psychological thriller “Spir.” She will be seen in the musical crime comedy “Emilia Perez,” directed by Jacques Audiard and shot in Paris from April to June 2023, with a 2024 release date.


Gomez’s musical style developed over time, from electronic rock and pop rock on her first album to dance-pop, synth-pop, and electropop on successive albums. Her inaugural solo album, “Stars Dance,” centers around EDM-pop, although afterward singles like “The Heart Wants What It Wants” and “Good for You” bring an even more adult pop sound.


Gomez was influenced by a broad spectrum of artists, notably Bruno Mars, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Taylor Swift. Her music is inspired by Spears, Swift, and EDM artist Skrillex, among others.

Products and Endorsements

Selena Gomez

Aside from her music career, Gomez values beauty and fashion. She created her own fashion brand, Dream Out Loud, partnered with Adidas, Pantene, and Coach, and stepped into the beauty industry with her cosmetics line, Rare Beauty.


Gomez is very involved with philanthropic activities, particularly with UNICEF. She is raising funds and awareness on a number of topics, notably mental health, education, clean water access, and disaster relief. Her Rare Impact Fund aims to give mental health services to young people.

Impact and Advocacy

Gomez’s influence extends far deeper than her entertainment career. She has been recognised for her charitable work, especially in the fields of mental health education and support for marginalized groups.

Personal Life

She garnered awards for her services to world culture and campaigning. Gomez has openly revealed her health problems including lupus, depression, stress, and bipolar disorder. She is also candid about her previous relationships, including those with Nick Jonas, Justin Bieber, and the Weekend. Gomez is now in an affair with American record producer Benny Blanco. Selena Gomez’s success, from child actor to popular artist and entrepreneur, demonstrates her incredible talents, empathy, and her efficacy. In addition to her albums and movies, community service has afforded her a place among the many names considered prominent in the world of fame.

Gomez keeps motivating people throughout the world as she matures both personally and professionally

 Selena Gomez Awards

McLean Award for Mental Health Advocacy (2019)

 Art Award from Hispanic Heritage Foundation (2020)

 Morton E. Ruderman Award in Inclusion by the Ruderman Family Foundation (2022)

  WWD Beauty Inc Awards – Startup of the Year for Rare Beauty (2020)

  MTV Video Music Award for Best Pop Video – “Bad Liar” (2017)

  ALMA Award for Favorite TV Actress – Leading Role in a Comedy – “Wizards of Waverly Place” (2011)

   Billboard Women in Music Chart-Topper Award (2015)

  Young Hollywood Awards for Fan Favorite Album – “Stars Dance” (2014)

  Teen Choice Awards for Choice Female Hottie (2013)

  Gracie Award for Outstanding Children’s Program – “Wizards of Waverly Place” (2012)

Selena Gomez Movies

Here’s the complete list of Selena Gomez’s films:

Emilia Perez” (2024)

“Dollhouse” (TBA)

“In the Shadow of the Mountain” (TBA)

“Spiral” (TBA)

“15 Candles” (TBA)

“Working Girl” (TBA)

“Linda Ronstadt Biopic” (TBA)

“Hotel Transylvania” (2012)

“Spring Breakers” (2012)

“The Fundamentals of Caring” (2016)

“Another Cinderella Story” (2008)

“Monte Carlo” (2011)

“Princess Protection Program” (2009)

“Ramona and Beezus” (2010)

“Getaway” (2013)

“The Dead Don’t Die” (2019)

Selena Gomez Songs

Love On” (2024)

 “Bad Liar” (2017)

 “Hands to Myself” (2015)

“Come & Get It” (2013)

“The Heart Wants What It Wants” (2014)

 “Good for You” (2015)

 “It Ain’t Me” (2017)

“Lose You to Love Me” (2019)

“Back to You” (2018)

“Wolves” (2017)

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