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Selena Gomez Named Her Transplanted Kidney “I Love Portlandia” After Fred Armisen.

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A special tribute! Following the successful completion of her kidney transplant, Selena Gomez decided to give her new organ a cute nick name.

“I named it after Fred Armisen because I love Portlandia,” the 30-year-old star of Only Murders in the Building told Rolling Stone in an interview that was published on Thursday, November 3. “I named it after Fred Armisen because I love Portlandia.” “I’ve never met him, but I secretly hope that he finds out that just so that I can see the look on his face when he realises that,” she said.

Despite the fact that the 55-year-old former cast member of Saturday Night Live, who along with Carrie Brownstein established the sketch comedy series, has not responded to Gomez’s tribute, she has been open and honest about her struggles with her health over the years.

“I am well aware that some of my followers have observed that I have been keeping a low profile for a good portion of the summer and have been wondering why I have not been promoting my new music, of which I am incredibly proud. As a result of my lupus, I discovered that I required a kidney transplant, and throughout that time, I was recuperating. It was what I needed to do for my general health, so I did it,” the founder of Rare Beauty stated in an Instagram post in September 2017, two years after she disclosed that she had been diagnosed with cancer.

During the process of Gomez looking for a transplant donor, she found out that her lifelong friend Francia Raisa was a match.

“Both of my kidneys were beginning to shut down. Throughout an appearance of the Today show that aired in September 2017, Gomez revealed that her mindset during her “life or death” operation was to continue moving forward. “[Francia] resided with me throughout this exciting time in my life when my kidneys were just about to be removed. That was it, and I didn’t want to ask anyone else in my life any more questions about it.

The idea of approaching another person with such a request was quite challenging for me. She offered to help, and she did it. Even if you exclude those who are interested in volunteering, it is quite challenging to locate a suitable companion. The idea that she was a match, on the other hand, blows my mind completely. That can’t possibly be true.”

The television show “How I Met Your Father” actress, 34, was overjoyed to be able to help her friend in the difficult time that she was going through.

“It has, to tell you the truth, been overpowering and extremely great. It’s crazy the response that I’ve been getting from people, and I’m never really open about my personal life,” Raisa told Us Weekly in an exclusive interview in January 2018, in reference to the public discussion of their shared health experience. “I’m truly just honoured to be here…. We’re making fantastic progress.

The singer best known for her hit “Lose You to Love Me” has always been open and honest about the difficulties she has had with her physical health. She even appeared in the documentary version of her self-titled project, which made its debut earlier this month.

Gomez explained in the Apple TV+ production how her bouts of sadness were brought on by her lupus by saying, “When you’re battling with your mental health, the crucial part of it is understanding what to do and acknowledging it.” “It’s something that I don’t feel embarrassed about at all. I had to learn things all over again.”

She said, “I completely lost all semblance of sanity. It was as if they were saying, “Hey, you’re not a bad person, you’re not a gross person, and you’re not any of these things.” However, you won’t be able to avoid dealing with this. I am fully aware that this is a significant amount, but this is the truth. And I discovered that having a relationship with both my bipolar disorder and myself is going to be present. I’m just bringing it up for my pal to be aware of. I believe that in order for me to become who I am today, I needed to go through that, and I plan to keep going through it.

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