Selena Gomez follows a different approach to life after her kidney transplant last year.
"Honestly, I've declined a bit," explained the singer and actress, 25, next to Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation Andy Samberg Good Morning America .
Earlier this month Gomez released a music video for her new song "Back to You". but she also takes a lot of time to hang out with her friends and give something back to the fans.
"I enjoy my life," she continued. "I do not really think about something that stresses me, which is really nice."
During the interview, Gomez also announced that she no longer lives in LA, nor does she "make sure to make people like me that way."
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Although Gomez did it After being open for several years over their fight against Lupus, the fans were shocked in September when Gomez revealed that she had received a kidney transplant from her best friend Francia Raísa.
"My kidneys were just done," Gomez explained in an interview Today is Savannah Guthrie. "That was it, and I did not want to ask a single person in my life, the thought of asking for it was very difficult for me, volunteering and doing it, not to mention someone who volunteered to volunteer 'It's unbelievably difficult to find a game, the fact that it was a match, I mean that's unbelievable, it's not real.'
Raísa later revealed that Gomez was potentially fatal after the operation.
"A few hours after our operation, I woke up and had a text from her that said," I'm really scared "Raísa said in an interview with W Magazine ." My kidney was very active and when she turned around, she broke an artery. They had to put her into an emergency operation and get a vein from her leg and build a new artery to hold my kidney in place. "
Gomez first revealed in 2015 that she had undergone chemotherapy to treat the disease.