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Meet Selena F#%cking Gomez | GQ May 2016

Posted on April 21, 2016

All photos courtesy of GQ | Taken by Victor Demarchelier

On of our absolute favourites, Selena Gomez is featured in the May 2016 issue of GQ! They sat down with the former disney star to chat about everything from music, to movies, to her BFF red carpet escapades with Taylor Swift. Oh, and they also took a break to go through Selena’s Instagram — did you know it’s actually the most popular account on instagram, ever? Like for reals, no exaggeration!

Once known more for her relationships with Barney the dinosaur and Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez has broken free of all of that prehistoric shit with a sexy, smash-hit album and new films with Seth Rogen and James Franco (not to mention a planet-Earth-leading 74 million Instagram followers). But here’s what we really love about her: She survived the car wreck of child fame—the trolls and the paparazzi, the bad breakups and the exhaustion—and emerged from it, well, more human than ever— Zach Baron, GQ (Read the full article here)

With an article, always comes photos 🙂

Check out the steamy & absolutely gorgeous pics of the “Hands To Myself” singer:

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Selena Gomez is technically 23, but really she’s older than anyone knows. She’s been working for more than half her life—most recently, that meant improvising with Seth Rogen on the set of Neighbors 2. (“I was cussing a lot and being dramatic,” she says.) She grew up by herself and in public; she went to high school, literally, on a Disney soundstage in front of an audience. “I didn’t have an opportunity to figure out my life without people having an opinion every step of the way,” she says. But Gomez doesn’t really do self-pity: “I chose this. So I’m not gonna sit here and say, ‘Oh, my God, poor me, I didn’t have a normal childhood.’ I don’t give a fuck about that.” — Dan Riley, GQ


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