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American action movie star Vin Diesel contributed uncredited vocals to "It Ain't Me"[1]

Following the commercial and critical success of her second studio album Revival (2015), Gomez appeared as a featured artist on several singles during the 2016 year including Charlie Puth's "We Don't Talk Anymore", which peaked at number nine on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, and Cashmere Cat's "Trust Nobody" alongside Canadian recording artist Tory Lanez. In June 2016, Gomez tweeted a photo of herself alongside the production team, stating she was near completion of her third album. However in August of the same year, Gomez announced she was taking a break from music. The singer voluntarily checked herself into rehab for side effects related to her lupus diagnosis, which included panic attacks, depression, and anxiety.[2] On May 16, 2016, Kygo released his debut album Cloud Nine (2016), under Sony|Ultra Music and spawned multiple singles including "Firestone" featuring Conrad Sewell, "Stay" featuring Maty Noyes, and "Carry Me" featuring frequent Gomez collaborator Julia Michaels. On 21 August 2016, Kygo performed "Carry Me" at the closing ceremony of the 2016 Summer Olympics, which took place at Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. The producer holds the distinction being the first DJ in history to perform at the Olympics, with Kygo himself calling the ceremony the largest performance of his career. Speaking on the show, he said he's "been a sports fan forever, and to be able to combine this with my music and help launch something like the Olympic Channel is a dream come true."[3]