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Gracing the cover of TEEN VOGUE Magazine this month is the ever so charming, Selena Gomez. Check her out below!
Here’s what the 20-year-old singer had to share with the mag:
On her time filming, Wizards Of Waverly Place— She's similarly determined to take pleasure in the transitional phase that her career has recently entered—in May, Selena filmed the final episodes of her Disney Channel hit. (The last season of Wizards will likely begin airing in the fall.) She was only thirteen when she shot the show's pilot, so she says that leaving her character, costars, and crew behind is decidedly "bittersweet," even as she looks forward to the opportunity to pursue more big-screen work. "I'm in a very crucial spot," she notes. "It's like starting over. I was trying to explain it to one of my friends, and he said, 'You'll be fine. People believe in you.' But when they're putting together a movie with Leonardo DiCaprio, I don't think they're going to go, 'Selena Gomez would be great for this!' I'm not an option. It's humbling, having to go from this Disney high back down to having to fight for roles."
On her song, 'Who Says' (the sweetly upbeat first single from her forthcoming third album)— "I just thought they needed it, because of bullying," she explains. "I hope it inspires them to be who they are." And it was those devotees—well, one tiny admirer in particular—who provided the impetus for Selena's successful Kmart clothing line, Dream Out Loud: "It all started from a little girl saying that she'd picked out an outfit just like mine," Selena says. (The collection, like her own wardrobe, tends toward the boho. "I like flow-y, open clothes, rather than tight-fitting," she says, "although I'm getting a bit more confident in my skin.")
On her movie, Monte Carlo—in which she stars opposite Leighton Meester, Katie Cassidy, and Cory Monteith—looks like an ideal stepping stone. There's something decidedly Disney-ish about the mistaken-identity plot, but the look-alike characters whom Selena plays—Cordelia, a spoiled British socialite, and Grace, the good girl who temporarily takes over her glamorous life—are both, technically speaking, grown-ups. It's easy to imagine the film appealing to a slightly older audience, yet Selena does nothing on-screen that would alienate even her youngest followers, whom she affectionately refers to as her "littles." As she explains, "I just wouldn't want to do anything that might make them uncomfortable."
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