Selena Gomez surprised fans at the Rose Bowl by singing her 2021 collaboration with Coldplay
The "Back to You" singer, 31, attended Coldplay’s show at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California on Sunday and surprised fans by joining the British band on stage to perform their 2021 collaboration, “Let Somebody Go.”
“Thank you @coldplay @hermusicofficial for an amazing night,” Gomez wrote on her Instagram Story as she shared moments from the emotional performance, which also featured singer H.E.R.
In a clip, the crowd cheered as Gomez joined Martin, 46, who grinned widely as the "Single Soon" singer began the heartfelt tune.
Gomez also shared another image of the long black gown and silver sequined boots she wore for the performance and a clip of H.E.R, 26, joining the duo for the song.
The star spoke about the documentary at the Universal Music Group and Thrive Global’s first Music & Health conference in September, revealing that at first, she was “very against” filming the documentary, which was released in November 2022.
“There was a very long period of time where I just didn’t know if it was a good idea,” Gomez said, per The Hollywood Reporter. “I knew, eventually, one day I wanted to maybe just be an actress for a while, and I didn’t know if it would jeopardize things in my life.”
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Despite initially questioning whether it was a good idea to let people into her life, the Rare Beauty founder felt "like a huge weight was lifted,” when the show aired and openly addressed such personal matters as her body image issues, painful lupus flare-ups and ongoing journey with mental health.
“I felt like I got to say things that I’ve been keeping in for years,” Gomez added. “It’s very hard for me to watch. I will never watch it again, but I’m very proud of it. I couldn’t have been luckier to have the people that worked on it with me.”
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