Selena Gomez’s upcoming documentary ‘My Mind and Me’ has received an R-rating for language. It will be released by Apple.
According to Film Ratings, The long-awaited Selena Gomez documentary “My Mind & Me” will be released on Apple TV and is rated R content, not recommended for children under 17, for use of inappropriate language.
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In an Instagram clip shared by Selena Gomez, Selena and Serena Williams discuss the topic of “mental fitness” while engaging in a thoughtful conversation for the former Disney star’s mental health platform, Wondermind.
“Mental fitness for me is just really learning to shut down,” Williams, 40, said. “And you know I did this years ago, before even mental health was a topic among everyone’s mind.”
“It was more just like, alright, I’m shutting myself down today. Just subconsciously, it was something I’ve always done,” she continued. “And so now that I know that it’s so important to just put yourself first, especially mentally, I always have shut down moments. I have serious boundaries and I don’t let anyone cross those boundaries.”
Selena Gomez won Best Actress in a Streaming Comedy Series for her role in Only Murders in the Building at the Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards.