American pop star Selena Gomez announced Wednesday that she has tested positive for COVID-19.
The singer made the announcement on her Instagram In the story, she shared a photo of herself lying on the sofa.
She said she planned to get a COVID-19 vaccine booster this week before testing positive.
Gomez, who was due to appear on Jimmy Fallon’s “The Tonight Show” Wednesday night, canceled her show due to her diagnosis.
“I won’t be attending Fallon tonight. I ended up getting Covid, but I’m resting and feeling fine,” the 30-year-old wrote.
She said her diagnosis was a “friendly reminder” that COVID-19 still “exists”.
Gomez further advised her fans to get the COVID-19 vaccine and boosters.
The singer added: “A friendly reminder that covid is still around. Get the latest info on your boosters. I’m actually planning to get mine this week. Love you guys.”
Before her diagnosis, Gomez would appear on a late-night show promoting her upcoming documentary “Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me.”
The documentary will give Gomez fans a glimpse into her mental health journey through the years.
In August, Gomez starred in Rema’s remix of “Calm Down,” which was released after the two were spotted kissing in Los Angeles.
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