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Selena Gomez Makes Emotional Speech As Debuts Redcarpet After Rehab


Selena Gomez welled up with tears as she spoke about her battle with anxiety and depression while on stage at the American Music Awards on Sunday.


Picking up the award for favorite female pop/rock artist, the 24-year-old star gave a moving speech about the health issues which caused her to seek treatment and take a break from showbiz earlier this year.

Selena bravely addressed the crowd at the Microsoft Theater in LA saying: 'In 2014 this stage was actually the first time that I was authentically 100% honest with all of you,

'I think it's safe to say most of you know a lot of my life whether I liked it or not. I had to stop, I had everything and I was absolutely broken inside,' she continued as her voice shook with emotion.

Selena Gomez bravely talked about her struggle with depression as she accepted an award at Sunday's American Music Awards in LA

The Same Old Love hitmaker admitted that part of her problem had been working too hard to please everyone.

'I kept it all together enough to where I would never let you down, but I kept it too much together, to where I let myself down,'.

The songstress then reflected on social media culture and said she no longer seeks that type of validation.

'I don't wanna see your bodies on Instagram, I wanna see what's in here,' the actress said while motioning to her heart.

'I'm not trying to get validation nor do I need it anymore. All I can say is that from the bottom of my heart I'm so grateful to be able to share what I love every single day with the people that I love.

Sunday was a triumphant return to the spotlight for Selena who has taken a three-month hiatus from her career to focus on her health.

The songstress looked radiant as she arrived at the event in a scarlet Prada gown.

No doubt she was pleased that she wouldn't have to face bumping into her ex Justin Bieber, as his performance.
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