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Selena Gomez Returns To Waverly Place With A Nostalgic Snap

Selena Gomez starred as Alex Russo on the popular Disney Channel show, Wizards of Waverly Place, which aired from 2007 to 2012.

Selena Gomez recently took a trip down memory lane of her Disney days. The singer and actress recently shared a photo of herself posing underneath a street sign that read ‘Waverly Pl’ in reference to her Disney show Wizards of Waverly Place, which aired from 2007 until 2012.

Alongside the nostalgic photo, the actress penned in the caption, ‘Where it all began.’ For the unversed, Waverly Place is located in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, and served as the inspiration for the fantasy teen sitcom’s location. In the photo, Selena was seen looking up at the sign in contemplation. Gomez rose to prominence as a teenager for starring as Alex Russo on the popular Disney Channel television series.

The show featured Selena as a witch living in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, along with her siblings, Justin played by David Henrie and Max aka Jake T. Austin, who also possess magical abilities. The star then took to her TikTok to express her love for the Big Apple. In the clip, she was heard yelling out, ‘I love this city!’ while standing in front of a building. Selena added, ‘I can be myself, and nobody judges me.’

Gomez recently recalled the uncertainty she felt after receiving her bipolar disorder diagnosis in a teaser clip for her Apple TV+ documentary My Mind & Me, which was released by Vanity Fair Wednesday. ‘When I first got out, I didn’t know how I’d cope with my diagnosis,’ the Disney Channel alum stated.

She continued, ‘What if it happened again? What if the next time, I didn’t come back?’ To prevent herself from becoming overwhelmed, Gomez explains that she ‘needed to keep learning’ about her diagnosis and ‘to take it day by day.’ Gomez first revealed that she suffers from bipolar disorder in 2020, while appearing on Miley Cyrus’ Instagram Live series Bright Minded.

Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me premieres on Apple TV+ on November 4. The Princess Protection Program actress’ promotional push for the documentary has been thwarted as she revealed Wednesday that she’s tested positive for COVID-19. Gomez shared the news on her Instagram stories as she was seen laying on a sofa with a fur blanket over her as her dogs rested nearby.

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