Goodbye to the stage? Selena Gomez suggests she could release her latest album

The artist made her debut in 2009 with the single “Kiss & Tell,” but currently seems to be exploring new paths in her career.

Selena Gomez, the versatile artist who debuted in 2009 with her album “Kiss & Tell,” is contemplating new horizons in her musical career. She recently suggested that she will release one more album before retiring completely, according to a preview of the “Smartless” podcast obtained by “E News!”.

At the beginning of his career, Gómez enjoyed the world of music and found fun in touring. Between 2007 and 2011, during which time she was signed to Hollywood Records and formed the band Selena Gomez & the Scene, she also starred in the Disney show Wizards of Waverly Place. During that time, she overflowed with energy to participate in multiple projects. However, as time goes by, the artist wants to find stability: “But the older I get, the more I think, ‘I’d like to find something to settle down with,'” she shared.

After years in the industry, Gómez considers establishing herself more in the acting field: “I feel like I have one more album inside me, but I’m going to want to relax because I’m tired,” she confessed. To date, the “Same old love” singer has released three albums, starting with “Stars Dance” (2013), her first solo project, and culminating with “Rare” in 2020. In addition to her musical career, she has continued participating in various films and series.

Selena Gomez’s last tour, called Revival, occurred in 2016, but she had to cancel it midway due to a Lupus diagnosis and mental health issues. During the 55 shows she performed before facing a psychotic break, the famous actress experienced intense pressure. Her documentary “My Mind and Me,” released in 2023 on the Apple TV platform, details that Gómez hit rock bottom and expressed no desire to continue living. Her team made the decision to return her home to rest from the tour. Later, she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, a battle she has faced in the years since.