Selena Gomez is serious about getting her mental and emotional stability in check: after cancelling 34 tour dates, Selena admitted herself to rehab, where Us Magazine reports she has remained since August, located at a Tennessee facility.
If you thought that this was a celeb on another "get well tour," kicking back and binge-waching Netflix, you'd be wrong.
The report claims that the rehab -- outside of Nashville -- is a "super intense" facility.
The source states, "Selena is dealing with lupus, but this break is to focus on her mental health."
Adding, "She can go to a very dark place," the source claims that the stay isn't strictly inpatient.
Gomez was spotted out at dinner with her family at a Texas Roadhouse in Tennessee, where the manager said she was "just like any other guest."
Though it was reported just two days ago that Gomez was out of rehab, the mag asserts that she's still definitely in, and is focused on her treatment.
Gomez was previously admitted to the Meadows rehab in Arizona, which specializes in substance abuse.
However, in April 2016, Selena claimed that her admission didn't have anything to do with drugs or alcohol, but as treatment for her chronic lupus diagnosis.
Gomez claimed that she was receiving chemotherapy treatment in order to squash her autoimmune disease's symptoms, and even lashed out, saying "I was in rehab after chemo for my lupus, you jerks."
In August 2016, it was reported that Gomez was suffering intense breakdown symptoms, and also alleged that she had been drinking and partying too much to focus on her mental well-being.
Needless to say, drinking and partying isn't a great idea for someone suffering from a serious autoimmune disease.
Later in August, Selena had a very public spat with ex-boyfriend, Justin Bieber, over what he shared -- and didn't share -- on his social media accounts, resulting in Bieber suspending his Instagram activity.
Some speculated that her embarrassing moment also drove her to rehab.
Selena also alleged that Justin had cheated on her -- and vice versa -- in a deleted Instagram snap, but as y'all know, the internet never forgets.
Gomez said, "Funny how the ones that cheated multiple times, are pointing the finger at the ones that were forgiving and supportive, no wonder fans are mad."
"Sad," she concluded. "All love."
Get well, Selena. It's been a rough few years to be sure.