Selena Gomez’s latest single ‘Come and Get It’ has debuted to strong reviews and great fan reactions. Although some say that it’s an unusual sound coming from her, others are saying that it’s a sign that Gomez is maturing as a singer and song-writer. However, almost everyone has jumped the conclusion that the single was about her relationship with ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber.
Some of the lyrics in the single include, “I love you much, too much to hide you, this love ain’t finished yet.” Gomez was recently interviewed by Ryan Seacrest in promotion for the single, and when asked about whether the lyrics were about Bieber, Gomez denied the claims.
She instead said, “Honestly, actually, to be 100 percent real, it’s not really about a specific person. The reason why I wanted this to be the first single was because it exudes, like I said earlier, confidence and strength, and that is something I’m willing to share with the world. That’s the place I want to be in, and I want to represent something good and be a good example, so I think it’s fun.”
Her answer seems a bit vague, doesn’t it? It could very well be that she wrote the song during her breakup with the Biebz [which she does confirm], but didn’t want to admit to anyone that she still had feelings for him. It’s obvious that those feelings are now dead and gone, especially as she vehemently says during the same interview that she’s single and available.
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And honestly, with the way Justin’s been behaving lately, who would want to admit that they had feelings for him? Selena’s been doing a fantastic job distancing herself from him, and it’s likely she just didn’t want to taint her new single with his rapidly deteriorating image. What, she would never be that calculating? Right, and that’s why she decided to do ‘Spring Breakers’. For the ‘art’ of it. Celebrities, especially musicians, have an entire team of people that calculate [often mathematically] the response to every single question in every single interview. I guarantee you, this Ryan Seacrest interview was thoroughly vetted and rehearsed by Gomez and her publicists.
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