In the second installment of their revealing interview, Gomez shared how she struggled to accept her fame, Raisa explained how her faith guided her through the donation and both opened up about Selena's hiatus last year. "I've kind of ignored it, to be honest, because it wasn't something that I really wanted to accept."I don't think I made the right decisions because I didn't accept it, and that's extremely selfish, and at the same time really just unnecessary.
"I went away to a facility, I took some time off, I needed to get my mind right, be healthy, I removed myself from everyone in my life," Selena explained."We went six months without speaking," Raisa said.
Francia proudly displayed the evidence of the procedure through her diamond-encrusted bodysuit, which she wore layered over a nude silk bra.
The scar was just peeking out from the top of the waistband of her cream cigarette pants as she posed on the red carpet.
A successful former model, Francia made her acting debut in 2005 in an episode of action show Over There - and made her film debut in the 2006 film Bring It On: All or Nothing.
A real life cheerleader at Bishop Alemany High School, she played Leti in the comedy sequel alongside Hayden Panettiere and Solange Knowles.