Apparently, celebrity life isn't all that easy as Selena Gomez proved after being hospitalized on Thursday. Selena Gomez is doing much better and decided to share the reason behind her hospital trip. Find out more details next!

Selena Gomez gave everyone a scare when she was rushed to the hospital on Thursday for nausea and severe headaches, but it seems that everything is okay as she is feeling much better after hospitalization. Apparently, the news that Selena was rushed to the hospital gave her boyfriend Justin Bieber a reason for concern as he decided to Tweet from his account: #getwellselena.

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez cleared the rumors over their relationship and admitted they were dating just a couple of months ago, after the media had been speculating this for quite a while. They are one of the hottest young Hollywood couples at the moment, so no wonder the media is all over them.

Right after Selena was hospitalized, rumors surfaced that she was having blood pressure problems, so she had to take several tests. However, things are not serious, as any speculations have been cleared by Selena after being released from the hospital as she told her fans she was feeling much better.

After being hospitalized, Selena appeared on stage on Monday in Santa Monica for a show which was rescheduled from Friday due to the problems Selena was facing. Selena greeted her fans with a big smile and told them:
“I want to thank you so much for coming. If you guys came on Friday, I'm so sorry that I couldn't be here...I love you guys very much.”

The young actress/singer was quite energetic as she sang two of her songs and didn't show any signs of illness or health problems. When asked about the health issues, Selena told People the reasons for her hospitalization. She said:
“I was just very malnourished, so I was low on iron and exhausted.”

Apparently, all it took to get Selena back on track was a little bit of rest. Seems celebrity life isn't all that easy, so we wish her all the best!

Selena Gomez Feeling Better After Hospitalization

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