Early Acting Beginnings

Selena Gomez started her acting career at seven years old with a role in "Barney & Friends," which opened doors in the entertainment industry​

Disney Channel Stardom

Her breakthrough came as Alex Russo in the Disney Channel series "Wizards of Waverly Place," where she also showcased her musical talents by contributing to the show’s soundtrack

Formation of 'Selena Gomez & the Scene'

In 2009, Selena formed the band "Selena Gomez & the Scene," releasing successful albums like "Kiss & Tell" and "A Year Without Rain"

Transition to Solo Music Career

After the split of her band, Selena released her solo debut single 'Come & Get It' in 2013, marking her rise as a pop sensation

Critical Acclaim in Film

She took on more mature roles in films like "Spring Breakers," showcasing her versatility and earning critical acclaim

Success with 'Revival' Album

Selena's 2015 album 'Revival' demonstrated her growth as an artist, featuring hits like 'Hands To Myself' and exploring themes of self-discovery and empowerment​

Battles with Personal Struggles

She has openly shared her struggles with mental health and autoimmune diseases, becoming an advocate for mental health awareness​

Philanthropic Efforts

As a UNICEF ambassador since 2009, Selena advocates for children’s rights and founded the charitable organization “Rare Beauty” for mental health support

Return to Television and Producing

In 2017, Selena produced and starred in the Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" and later joined "Only Murders in the Building" in 2021​

Continuing Music Evolution

Despite facing health challenges, Selena has continued to release music, including her 2020 album 'Rare' and working on new material for her fourth album​