Grammy Nomination: Best Latin Pop Album
Just months before the 2021 debut of the Hulu show “Only Murders in the Building,” in which she stars alongside Martin Short and Steve Martin, Selena Gomez released the Spanish-language album Revelación, which has earned the artist her first Grammy nomination.
Gomez, 29, began acting at age 10 and has released three previous solo albums. She also advocates for mental health awareness and publicly shares her struggles with anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder on social media and beyond. In November 2021, she launched Wondermind, a mental-health platform for women co-founded with her mother, Mandy Teefey, and The Newsette founder and CEO Daniella Pierson. Wondermind aims to end the stigma around mental illnesses by connecting people with educational resources.
“I understand what it's like to be confused and not really understand where your feelings and emotions are coming from. I live with bipolar — I don't suffer from it anymore. I'm really happy and proud of the progress I have made,” Gomez said in a video posted on the website.
Her cosmetics company, Rare Beauty, launched the Rare Impact Fund in July 2020 with a goal to raise $100 million over 10 years to fund mental-health education. “With the Rare Impact Fund, we want to reduce the stigma associated with mental health, address the epidemic of chronic loneliness, and help give people access to the resources and services they need to support their mental well-being,” Gomez wrote for CNN in 2020.