"I cherish people who have really impacted my life", she said. I am incredibly blessed.
After posing for photos with her close friend Francia Raisa, Selena talked to Billboard about how she was feeling after receiving a kidney transplant. Cabello accepted her Breakthrough Artist Award first, performing a jazzy rendition of her smash hit "Havana" before dedicating her speech to her mom, who advises, "Whenever you're the most afraid, that's when you've gotta make the jump".
Selena Gomez received the Woman of the Year honour at Billboard's Women in Music Award 2017, which was presented to her by organ donor Francia Raisa and Elle Fanning. "I'm so exhausted watching it", she said following a stunning performance of her new song "Meaning of Life". "I want people to know that I respect the platform that I have so deeply because I knew that I wanted to be a part of something great and I wanted people to feel great because I love people".
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Gomez nearly immediately teared up after accepting the award from Raisa, saying she saved her life. Gomez is, of course, referring to the kidney Raisa gave her over the summer of 2017, which saved the singer from a life or death situation. "I would like to thank my wonderful team and family because they stuck with me through some really hard times". Awww! Who could forget back in November 2015 when Selena and Justin had another unexpected reunion, and he was caught sweetly singing "My Girl" to her on video?! "And I'm reminded by a team of people who believe in me even when I don't myself and I couldn't be more luckier".
"I'm really honoured to do this for her ..."
'That was the day I came home and she volunteered, she did it'. "I've never felt this proud to be a woman in the industry than I do today". She continued, "Thank you for all of you who inspired so many girls who feel they don't have a voice".