Selena Gomez’s cooking show has raised funds for 23 nonprofit organizations across two seasons. The singer is bringing heat to the show Selena + Chef. The HBO Max cooking show has raised $360,000 for Charity. The charities that are benefited from the funds include Beit T’Shuvah, NAACP, Alex’s Lemonade Stand, MAAC Project, Postpartum Support International, Alma Backyard Farms, Feeding America, Baby2Baby, Feeding San Diego, No Kid Hungry, Chrysalis, Harlem Grown, World Central Kitchen and City Harvest.Image Credit: Hollywood Reporter
Selena has launched her own cooking show from the comfort of her home. The show started to premiere on HBO Max in August 2020. There are ten episodes in the first season. The second season started in November 2020 and lasted till early 2021. It is an unscripted cooking series and has been filmed in her home during the quarantine period. Selena tackles new cuisine in each episode, and there’s a professional chef beside her. In the show, they also tackle the disasters that take place in the kitchen. There’s a food-related charity in each episode of the show. Now, they have raised $360,000 for charity through the show. Selena also invites guests to the show. The show is quite popular and has received good TRP. Selena has raised funds for different nonprofit organizations. The show is getting popular over social media, and people have started discussing it over threads.
Selena Gomez’s Cooking Show raises $360,000 for charity. She is raising funds for different nonprofit organizations. For her generous moves, Selena is also praised by her fans. The show is aired on HBO Max, and it started back in August 2020. The second season was aired in November 2021. Selena founded her Rare Impact Fund Last Year. She has a goal of raising $100 Million towards Mental Health Places. In the second season, the singer is looking forward to whipping up more delicious and challenging dishes from her home’s comfort. Gomez has said that learning from master chefs from around the globe has improved her cooking skills.