Selena Gomez took the stage at the American Music Awards in 2019 after not performing for over two years. However, his set was criticized for not sounding good at the time. Today, the pop star is set to confront the issue in a new documentary.
According to Pop CraveThe singer will talk about the incident in his upcoming documentary with Apple TV+ titled “My Mind and Me,” but what really happened that evening?
According to Seventeen magazine, the event was Gomez’s first time performing on live television in more than two years. At that time, fans anticipated his performance as he got a new tattoo and hairstyle, indicating that he was returning to a new era.
However, when he came on stage, there was something wrong with his voice as he failed to hit the notes of his songs “Lose You to Love Me” and “Look at Her Now”.
Many fans immediately shared their thoughts online, criticizing the singer for what happened.
“I love you girl but what was it,” wrote one.
Also Read: Michael Jackson’s Son Doesn’t Believe Harry Styles Is ‘New King Of Pop’; Here is the reason
What Really Happened During the 2019 American Music Awards
In a report published by E! News, an insider revealed that the pop star had “anxiety and panic attacks” that evening because she was “putting so much pressure on herself.”
Apart from his personal problems, there were also technical problems when he made his first song.
A fan who claimed to be friends with someone who was part of the show screenshot Their conversations detail the problems of seeing pop stars.
Her earpiece wasn’t working properly and was cutting out until the second song, meaning there were times she couldn’t hear herself.
— Ivan Mora Troya (@ivanmoratroya) November 25, 2019
Instead of freaking out about what happened, Gomez took it in stride and said “something along the lines of ‘s*** happens’.”
Now fans will get an in-depth look at what really happened during the AMAs as Gomez is set to address the issue in her upcoming documentary with Apple TV+
According to Collider, the documentary will deal with the singer’s personal life, particularly his mental health.
“Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me” will be available for streaming starting November 4
Also Read: Indy Yelich ‘Killer’: Lorde’s Sister Releases New Single, Explains The Deeper Meaning Behind It
© 2015 MusicTimes.com All Rights Reserved Do not use anywhere else without permission.