If there’s somebody who looks like she doesn’t have a care in the world, that person definitely is Selena Gomez. The beautiful 24-year-old has flawless hair, the largest number of Instagram followers worldwide, a successful career – and probably could have any guy she wanted.

However, the singer and style icon cancelled over 30 concerts of her Revival tour to go to rehab. At the time, the news were quite shocking, especially considering the fact that she wasn’t neither a drug addict nor an alcoholic. So what on Earth happened to her?


Finally, after months and months of waiting, Selena revealed the mystery behind her disappearance on Vogue‘s cover story.

As she declared herself, going to rehab was “one of the hardest things I’ve done, but it was the best thing I’ve done.”

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