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Taylor Swift Was A ‘Source Of Comfort’ For Selena Gomez After Reported Emotional Breakdown!

Taylor Swift has Selena Gomez‘s back.

As we reported in October, the Back to You singer reportedly suffered an “emotional breakdown” related to her 2017 kidney transplant, and received treatment at a psychiatric facility on the East Coast.

Related: Selena Gomez Opens Up About Feeling ‘Insecure’!

According to an ET source on Friday, the Shake It Off musician has been a “constant source of comfort” for Gomez after she left treatment in late December.

The insider revealed:

“Selena is in a really good place. She’s taking time for herself and reconnecting with friends and important people in her life… Taylor has always been a constant source of comfort for Selena, and aside from having a great friendship, the two are able to connect on a level that most will never understand.”

Despite being extremely “famous,” the two superstars go through trials and tribulations just like everyone else.

“They are two of the most famous people in the world and deal with things normal people don’t have to think about… At the end of the day the most important thing for Selena is to be happy.”

As we reported, Swift and Gomez recently reunited on Instagram where they inducted Cazzie David, daughter of Larry David and ex of Pete Davidson, into their squad.

More girls, more girl power, right?

[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]

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