Selena Gomez has opened up about her struggles with depression, wanting to be forgotten and the stress of running Instagram's most popular account.
The 'Come & Get It' hitmaker features on the cover of US Vogue's April issue and gives a lengthy intimate, interview inside
Gomez became the biggest Instagram star on the planet last year and currently has 113 million followers - something she's not overly happy with.
"As soon as I became the most followed person on Instagram, I sort of freaked out," she says.
"It's what I woke up to and went to sleep to. I was an addict, and it felt like I was seeing things I didn't want to see, like it was putting things in my head that I didn't want to care about. I always end up feeling like shit when I look at Instagram."
Gomez, 24, also told the magazine she can't wait for people to forget about her and has developed a somewhat reclusive life in California.
She cancelled several tour dates in 2016 to enter a treatment facility, giving an emotional explanation to fans at the time.
"Tours are a really lonely place for me. My self-esteem was shot. I was depressed, anxious. I started to have panic attacks right before getting onstage, or right after leaving the stage," says Gomez.
"Basically I felt I wasn't good enough, wasn't capable. I felt I wasn't giving my fans anything, and they could see it - which, I think, was a complete distortion."
Gomez has shared three photos from the Vogue feature on her Instagram account.