Selena Gomez Recommends Ex Boyfriend The Weeknd’s Music For Coronavirus Self Isolation
Selena has shared movies, TV shows, Instagram accounts, songs, podcasts, and books to keep yourself busy during the lockdown.
Like half the world, the Fetish singer is also practising social distancing. Selena Gomez shared a list of music to listen to during the coronavirus quarantine and the list features a song by her ex-boyfriend The Weeknd.
She has shared various recommendations from movies, TV shows, Instagram accounts, songs, podcasts, and books to keep yourself busy during the lockdown. “Here are some things that I’ve been watching, listening to, and reading to keep me positive and help pass the time. Hope it helps,” she wrote on her Instagram story.
The Rare singer shared a bunch of movies to keep fans entertained during the lockdown. These included:
- Invisible Man
- Jennifer’s Body
- American Hustle
- Uncut Gems
- Sugar and Spice
- After the Wedding
- Flirting With Disaster
In addition, she also shared a list of Instagram accounts that her fans could follow. She listed:
- Tiny Kitchen (@tinykitchentm)
- Journalist Jessica Yellin (@jessicayellin)
- SNL’s star Chloe Fineman (@chloeiscrazy)
- VHS nostalgia page Nostalgia Video (@nostalgia.video).
She also recommended shows to binge watch. Here are her recommendations.
- The Morning Show
- Good Girls
- The Servant
- The Mind Explained.
Moreover, Selena Gomez also shared a list of song recommendations including one by her ex-boyfriend The Weeknd. The singer even tagger him with the recommendation. The list included:
- If the World Was Ending by Julia Michaels and JP Saxe
- You Say by Lauren Daigle
- Snowchild by The Weeknd
- The Blessing by Kari Jobe
- Cody Carnes and Elevation Worship
- The Box by Roddy Ricch.
This was not all. In addition, Selena also shared her book recommendations.
- Becoming by Michelle Obama
- The Undocumented Americans by Karla Cornejo Villavicencio
- Signs by Laura Lynne Jackson.
In conclusion, she gave her followers some podcasts to listen to. Here are her recommendations:
- On Purpose by Jay Shetty
- Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me by NPR
- A New Earth by Oprah
- Eckhart Tolle, and Get Sleepy