There’s nothing but love between Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus! The ‘Same Old Love’ singer opened up about her Disney peers finding their own adult identities after leaving the network and praised Miley for being true to herself!
Shedding the Disney image is a difficult thing to do, but Selena Gomez, 23, is praising Miley Cyrus, 22, and her former Disney peers for being able to transition into adulthood successfully! The 23-year-old opened up about how ‘interesting’ it was for everyone to find their own name and even admitted they all had to go through their ‘own sh–t’ to do so.
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“Everyone has found their identity in a really interesting way. We didn’t come out as these robots that looked and dressed the same,” Selena said in an interview with Refinery29. She’s right. After her Disney days, Demi Lovato, 23, went through a very public and difficult battle with her body image. Meanwhile, Miley surprised people by shedding her Hannah Montana image by swinging nakedly on a wrecking ball and admitting that she is gender fluid.
Selena has so much respect for her former Disney Channel peers, especially since they all went through so much to get to where they are today. “We had to go through our own shit,” the “Revival” songstress continued. “At the end of the day, it’s respecting every female artist’s choice in how she expresses herself, because that’s what she wants.” The 23-year-old went through a lot these past couple of years and her Revival album certainly portrays that.
Selena’s ‘Revival’ Album Is Not About Justin Bieber Relationship
When Selena sat down to record and make Revival, she wanted to make sure that this album focuses on her and only her. In an interview with Billboard, the songstress was asked if Justin’s career inspired her’s in any way. She responded with, “No. This is my time. I’ve deserved this. I earned it. This is all me.”
HollywoodLifers, what are your thoughts on Selena’s Revival album? Does the album portray the journey Selena had to go through to get to where she is today?
— Michelle Phi