Gomez, 26, is said to be doing much better since leaving rehab in early November. Radar readers will remember that she checked herself into a treatment facility to get some much-needed mental health help after suffering an emotional breakdown.
“Selena benefited tremendously from rehab,” an insider told Radar, adding, “She will still continue to work with therapists and a psychiatrist and is committed to making sure that she stays healthy both mentally and physically.”
That means not going back to performing anytime soon.
Gomez, said the source, “wants to lay low for a while and isn’t ready to go full force into working yet.”
Check out how Gomez is wrapping up the year in this gallery.
Gomez smiled as she and a friend left Hot Pilates on Sunset Plaza in Calif. on Dec. 28.
She wore all black, including a black sweatshirt with the simple phrase “Choose Empathy” emblazoned across the chest.
She stayed well hydrated, drinking water as she walked.
The singer “voluntarily” entered treatment in October, after her mother and other family members “urged” her to get help, a source told Radar.
According to reports, Gomez’s mental health crisis hit while she was hospitalized for low white blood cell count one year after undergoing a kidney transplant.
Gomez apparently plans to end 2018 quietly, before focusing on a big comeback next year.
But now, Radar has learned the songstress has hired a full-time life coach after she completed her stint in rehab
That could include starring in the big-screen adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony Award winning musical In the Heights.
“The timing is great because they’re casting right now,” an insider told Radar. https://radaronline.com/exclusives/2018/12/elena-gomez-movie-comeback-film-adaption-musical-in-the-heights/ “And Selena is healthy, hungry and ready to return to work.”