Selena Gomez thanked the struggle of the medical staff with a poignant message


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Selena Gomez gave a moving message of thanks the medical staff inspired by the action of two nurses.


The singer started the year with the right foot, thanks to the launch of its latest production record, Rare.


Weeks later, he announced that his first collection of makeup would be ready for the summer of 2020.


The line will take the name of Rare Beauty and will be available via its official website and in Sephora stores.

“Guys, I’ve been working on this special project for two years and now I can officially say that Rare Beauty will launch in Sephora stores in north America this summer. Follow @rarebeauty and be a part of our beautiful community. Here is a little glimpse. There is more to share and I can’t wait”.

Despite the fact that things were complicated with the spread of the coronavirus in the world, Selena Gomez wanted to give a good example to his followers.

The singer participated in a challenge on the way correct of wash hands to avoid contagion.

“Very well, here is the challenge #ManosSeguras. Thanks to Arianna Huffington. Now challenge to Cardi B, Gigi Hadid and Olivia Wilde. I hope you all stay safe at home.

P.S. I Had to redo this video many times. The best shot that I got”.

To bring joy to their fans, Selena decided to release a deluxe version of his album Rarewith three new songs.

The singer also shared the video for the promotional single Boyfriendthat shows a pattern that reflects a bit of your life.

And it is thanks to this song that many internet users have uploaded videos with dubbing to platforms such as TikTok and Instagram.


A couple of nurses they recorded a video dancing the song and the clip came into the hands of Gomez, who is moved by the situation.

The singer took advantage of the publication and shared it on his account Twitter to thank all the medical staff for their great work to end with the coronavirus.

“This made me smile so much. Thanks to all the medical professionals on the front lines of care. You are all heroes.”

Don’t forget to wash your hands and stay home to avoid infection.

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