Selena Gomez gushed over Taylor Swift, calling the Anti-Hero singer “her only true Hollywood friend”.
The actress admitted that she had a hard time fitting in with the “cool group” of celebrities, because she struggled with her identity.
As Selena, 30, stars in her Apple TV+ documentary, My Mind and Me, she told Rolling Stone magazine: “‘I never fit in with a cool group of girls that were celebrities,’
“My only friend in the industry really is Taylor [Swift], so I remember feeling like I didn’t belong.”
After doing a little soul searching, Selena admitted: “‘I felt the presence of everyone around me living full lives. I had this position, and I was really happy, but … was I? Do these materialistic things make me happy?’
But she realised that she “didn’t like who she was” and said that she also “didn’t know who she was”.
After the film dropped on Friday, Taylor showed her support for her pal’s new movie on her stories.
She shared a snippet from the trailer and wrote: “So proud of you @selenagomez Love you forever.”
Selena, who started her career when she was just 15 years old, has spoken about how she considered taking her own life during a dark period.
She had been battling psychosis, which eventually lead to her being diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
Selena started hearing voices in 2018, which resulted in her being hospitalised.