In an interview, Selena Gomez discusses why she broke up with her Wizards of Waverly Place co-stars.

The Only Murders in the Building actress, 30, admitted to her former co-stars Jennifer Stone (Harper Finkle) and David DeLuise (Jerry Russo) on the most recent episode of the Wizards of Waverly Pod that her biggest regret was “not staying in touch” with them after the popular Disney Channel show ended in 2012.

She acknowledged, “I felt embarrassed of the choices I made. Because you would have told me the truth, which terrifies me, and because I didn’t want to let you down, I didn’t want you people to see me in that state.

That’s really nice, and I appreciate you saying that, DeLuise retorted. Naturally, I mourn you.

Stone acknowledged her prior self-blame for the breakup of their friendship and agreed that she respected Gomez’s admission.

To be completely honest, there have been moments when I have wondered, “Did we stop being friends because I didn’t tell her what she wanted to hear? You understand what I mean?’ she enquired. So, thank you for being so sincere.

Gomez expressed her admiration for Stone and DeLuise despite their separation from one another as co-stars.

I really admire you guys, she said. I have never adored anyone else as much as I love you.

Gomez remembered feeling secure on the Wizards of Waverly Place set with the cast.

The woman said, “I think I felt secure, and that’s a really hard thing for me to feel. “You people adore me for who I am, I know. All I could have hoped for was for you guys to truly adore me. I mourn the unwavering trust and connection we shared so much.”

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In an Instagram post from last October, Gomez looked up at the Waverly Place street sign with a grin and wrote, “Where it all started.” She was wearing a casual beige sweater and patterned pants.

On the Awardist podcast from Entertainment Weekly in April, the actress expressed her gratitude for the program that helped start her career.

I absolutely loved working on [Wizards of Waverly Place],” Gomez gushed. “I thought I had learned a lot. We had two authors who had previously worked on Friends, and we had a fantastic director who we used for the majority of the seasons.”

She added, “I feel like Mabel is an older version of Alex in a sense,” indicating that she sees a strong connection between Alex Russo and Mabel Mora, the character she plays in Only Murders in the Building.


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