Selena Gomez is looking cute on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar!
The 20-year-old was photographed by fame photographer Terry Richardson and she shows off some beautiful fashion. In her interview, Selena opens up about love and trusting people as well as her racy new flick Spring Breakers.
On love: To me, love is normal. Of course, you see Jay and Beyoncé and you’re like, ‘Oh, my gosh, they’re perfect for each other,’ but at the end of the day their love is just like everybody else’s love. They have problems, I’m sure, and they solve them, like anybody else. So to make it as normal as possible—in such an abnormal lifestyle—was super important to both of us. Which was great …That’s how it should be.”
“I believe in love—yes, I’m one of those girls,” she says. “Most of my friends believe in love. I went out with Katy Perry last night. She’s so fun and awesome, but it’s cool to see someone older believe in love too. She is all about it, and that’s how I will always be. I believe in stories like, ‘Oh, I met him in Starbucks.’”
On dating: I’ve dated people that are not in the industry, and it does get really hard and stressful. My first boyfriend wasn’t, and it all sort of started happening, so—I felt bad.
On trusting people: It’s hard for me to tell myself to trust people and be open, because I don’t. That’s one of the negative things about this industry, that makes you very scared of everybody and their motives. It’s sad, but that’s how you have to protect yourself.
On her friends like Taylor Swift: It’s good to have both. It’s great to just pick up a phone and call Taylor and say, ‘I have people following me, and I’m having a bad day,’ but if I were to say that to someone else, it’s like, ‘Oh, boo hoo.’ But it’s nice to have people back home that grew up with me too.
On Spring Breakers: It’s fun to do something that’s not necessarily for my fans and Harmony really believed in me.
For more of Selena’s cover story, go here and be sure to pick up the issue on newsstands March 19!