Since Selena Gomez rose to fame as a teen thanks to her Disney Channel show Wizards of Waverly Place, she has proven that she's not just an entertainer but a true artist. She's shown vulnerability through her music and bravery through her acting. She's even taken up activism with her Rare beauty line and Selena + Chef series, which has raised over $360,000 for charities over two seasons. She's also taking on more roles as an actress, such as her new role in the Hulu series Only Murders In The Building.
While many fans are loving the show, others have noticed that Gomez's voice sounds a little different in Season 2. She's been open about her struggle with lupus, a chronic autoimmune disease, and it could be what's changed her voice. Lupus can lead to "significantly lower vocal intensity and harmonics-to-noise ratio, as well as increased jitter and shimmer" in one's voice.
Whether she's singing or speaking in the show, Gomez is giving her all to the characters. So, it's no wonder that fans have been noticing the change in her voice.
Selena Gomez has always been a strong advocate for mental health, especially after battling depression and bipolar disorder for years. She's reclaimed control of her personal narrative by handing over the passwords to her Instagram account to her assistant, and has been working hard on eliminating negativity from her life.