Selena Gomez debuts song ‘Who Says,’ misses Justin Bieber
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Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber’s main squeeze, debuted her song ‘Who Says’ during ‘On Air With Ryan Seacrest’ on Tuesday, calling it a message to the ‘haters’ who try to bring her down.
In the self-empowering, sweet-as-candy track, the 18-year-old actress sings about being happy to be herself, saying, ‘I’m no beauty queen, I’m just beautiful me.’
‘I think this song is such a great message for my fans, and it really touched me when I heard it, and I thought it would be perfect for them,’ Gomez said.
Her public relationship with the highly swooned-after Bieber has continued to make her fodder for haters online. Just last week, after leaving her boyfriend’s birthday bash with a fat lip, fans were quick to take to Twitter about the incident.
‘I feel like my fans need this song, especially with Twitter and Facebook it’s really negative for me ... within that world is such easy access to people’s feelings,’ she told Seacrest. ‘You can get a thousand wonderful comments but just one will throw you off and that’s how it is with me.’
She’ll soon be ending her four-year run on Disney Channel’s ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’ before headlining her own tour, which she called ‘a big G-rated rave.’
'[‘Wizards’] has given me my core fan base. I owe a lot to Disney Channel, I really do,’ she said. ‘But I feel like it’s been my high school, so I think it’s time to graduate.’
Even though Gomez sings about not being perfect, Seacrest still called her out on her Disney-darling image, in addition to her very public response to Bieber’s ‘I miss you’ tweet.
‘It’s nice to miss your friends and family,’ she said, straight-faced, after a short giggle attack.
Mmmhmmm. Let us know what you think — of her response and her song.
— Nardine Saad