Selena is so over being known as Justin Bieber’s ex-girlfriend! For her, 2015 is ‘all about removing herself’ from Justin’s ‘shadow’ and letting her own star shine for a change, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. Here’s what we know.
Selena Gomez, 22, is hard at work on a new album and she’s so ready to be her own woman and artist in 2015. HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE scoop on Sel’s big plans!
Selena Gomez Over Justin Bieber — She’s Moving On With A New Album In 2015
Justin Bieber, 20, has been the center of Selena’s world for years but she’s finally ready to wash him out of her hair and focus on herself and her music in the New Year.
Unfortunately, with Selena and Justin both releasing new albums in 2015, their names are bound to be linked in the headlines, even if the stories aren’t about their relationship. But guess what — Selena won’t be paying them any mind!
“She is not worried if her album comes out at the same time as Justin’s album. She is worried about making it good and not basing it off of when Justin releases music,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “2015 is all about removing herself from the shadow of Justin. If their music comes out at the same time it is strictly coincidence and not planned.”
We love Selena’s empowered new attitude and we think it will bring only good things for her!
Selena Gomez & Zedd: How Her New Beau Is Influencing Her Next Album
Selena is also focusing on the new love in her life, Zedd, 25, who is helping her develop a new sound for her upcoming album.
“He is working on songs with her for her album and his own album,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “She wants an EDM-sounding album, and she wants to work with other EDM producers like Skrillex and everyone in that world.”
We love the sound of this! How about YOU, HollywoodLifers? Are you excited for Selena’s new album? Do you think she can escape the Biebs’ shadow or is she forever doomed to be known as Justin Bieber’s ex-girlfriend? Let us know!
— Written by Susan Johnson, Reporting by Russ Weakland