Selena Gomez honors Francia Raisa for life-saving transplant

Ebony Scott
December 2, 2017

"I cherish people who have really impacted my life", she expained of her relationship with Justin in a new interview with Billboard. Selena's fans were quick to praise her emotional speech, with one writing: "Selena crying during her speech and saying Francia deserved it because she saved her life?" 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".

According to a report by People, the couple's relationship became hard due to their commitments with The Weeknd touring schedule Gomez's shooting commitments for her upcoming Woody Allen film. That was it and I didn't want to ask a single person in my life. "She's standing here and being honoured and I've seen her career continue to soar, it's unbelievable", she told Billboard Online. The star, who received a kidney donation from her best friend, Francia Raisa, earlier this year, said: "Thank you guys so much".

Gomez revealed via this Instagram post in September that she'd undergone a kidney transplant due to her lupus, and that Raisa was her donor. And Francia is "really honoured" for The 13 Reasons Why executive producer at the ceremony.

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In conclusion, I think that was quite the pick for woman of the year. I handle things in a healthy way. "I love being able to say 'no.' I like being a part of the world. I see it in my generation a lot". [But] I'm proudest of not becoming jaded. Get HELLO! Canada, PEOPLE, Vanity Fair and over 100 more of the world's best magazines for one low monthly price at Texture by Next Issue.

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