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The musician was admittedly emotional as he took in the biopic, as he wrote, 'Ugh, don't know if I can do this. NO ONE can dispute your talent.'Wrapping up, Perez said he was 'super proud' in taking in the film, but was not going to subject himself to the scene in which she's killed.'Will not watch the ending of the movie,' he wrote.
Selena, who was only 23 when she died, seemed poised for crossover success.The I Could Fall in Love singer's life story was adapted into a Warner Bros. On Monday, Perez wrote on his Facebook page: 'Guess what just started on the Lifetime tv channel..Gonna grab a bottle of wine from the kitchen and sit through the movie in it's entirety for the first time ... This is gonna be surreal.'Perez, a 47-year-old guitar player, noted that his 'eyes were closed half of the time' when he attended the premiere about 20 years ago. Lesson Learned.'The lesson, he said, was that 'when you mess up bad, pay for your mistakes [and] do a great job after ....“It makes me feel good that after so many years people still remember my daughter," he reflected."But at the same time I would rather that she be here.” Selena's death struck a collective nerve, and the emotions have reverberated for years. Bush was Governor of Texas he named April 12th "Selena Day" in honor of her birthday, and there are still celebrations every year.