Selena Gomez positive for COVID-19, reminds public: ‘COVID’s still out there’
Selena Gomez revealed that she has contracted COVID-19, reminding the public to be updated with their vaccines as COVID-19 is “still out there.”
The singer-actress said this while showing herself snuggled up on a couch with a fur blanket covering her, on her Instagram Stories on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Gomez then assured fans that she is well and does not have any severe symptoms.
“I’m not going to be on [‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’] tonight. I ended up getting [COVID-19] but [I] am resting and feeling OK,” she said.
“A friendly reminder: COVID is still out there. Get updates on your boosters,” she added. “I was actually scheduled to get mine this week.”
Gomez recently made headlines along with American model Hailey Bieber after the two of them posed for a photo together at the recently held Academy Museum Gala. Their public interaction came after Hailey refuted claims that she “stole” her husband, Canadian pop star Justin Bieber, from the “Kill Em With Kindness” singer.
Gomez, for her part, appeared to have reacted to Hailey’s statements at the time by calling out “vile and disgusting” comments from fans, reminding them that “words matter.” EDV
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