Selena Gomez needs a little 'me' time
Selena Gomez will be kicking off 2014 with some much-needed "me" time. The problem is, she's canceling a bunch of shows on her "Stars Dance" tour.
On Friday, the pop singer released the following statement on her website:
"My fans are so important to me and I would never want to disappoint them. But it has become clear to me and those close to me that after many years of putting my work first, I need to spend some time on myself in order to be the best person I can be. To my fans, I sincerely apologize and I hope you guys know how much each and every one of you mean to me."
Just recently, Gomez threw a fit during a performance in Los Angeles because of technical difficulties. Before cutting her performance short and walking off the stage, the former Disney star dropped the f-bomb.
It sounds like she may be suffering from a combination of tour and holiday stress. If that's the case, get better Selena, we miss you already.
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