Selena Gomez gave her first interview of 2019 yesterday, and today she's doing her first red carpet. The singer just arrived at We Day California, dressed in a pretty navy Dior dress with a purple cat-eye and her hair in a bun. Gomez is frequently at the anti-child labor organization's annual celebration in Los Angeles; this will be her seventh year at the show.
Gomez was spotted at rehearsals for the event yesterday, wearing a Paco Rabanne shirt with a Réalisation Par skirt.
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Last year, in honor of her sixth year attending, Gomez posted an Instagram applauding the work the organization does. "@wemovement -my sixth year doing this incredible show. They have such a force of young people that are doing so much for their communities and the world."
Yesterday, in Gomez's Coach Dream It Real podcast interview, the singer talked about how it is her prerogative to protect the youngest generation. It's why she's so vocal about why too much Instagram and social media can be unhealthy. As she explained:
It is not that healthy to be on it all the time because I noticed with me, I got kind of depressed looking at these people who look beautiful and amazing, and it would just get me down a lot so I just think taking breaks is really important. But just know that most of it isn’t real. And I hate to say that, I don’t mean to be rude, but it’s very unrealistic in a lot of ways, and I think that for me, I want to protect the youngest generation because they are exposed to so much information, and I feel like that causes a lot of anxiety at the youngest age. Like, I didn’t grow up with that. I had dial-up internet. I think that sometimes people are exposed to too much, and you should really protect what you’re seeing and be mindful, be really mindful of how it makes you feel.
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