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Selena Gomez talks about her probable retirement from music

Selena Gomez has dropped in an interview that her next studio album, which she is already working on, will probably be her last, and that she is thinking about abandoning her musical career to focus fully on acting.

“I think I still have one album left to make, but if I have to choose, I choose interpretation,” Gomez said on the SmartLess podcast. When hosts Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes and Will Arnett respond to Gomez that she doesn’t have to choose one job or another, Gomez replies that she agrees, but that her intention is to “relax” because she is “tired.” ».

Gomez is referring to the intense workload he has faced throughout his career alternating between both jobs. “When I started the ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’ series I had a great time, I loved being on tour and making music, but the older I get, the more I want to settle down in one thing.” Gomez remembers that in fact her musical career happened almost by accident: “My plan was not to be a singer, I wanted to be an actress, but that hobby became something else.” As for her musical abilities, Selena adds that she “doesn’t think she’s the best singer,” but she values ​​her own ability to “tell stories” and assures that she still enjoys “writing songs.”

Recently, Gomez shared the first details of her upcoming studio album, revealing that it will be “fun,” that she has tried to make “good pop music that means something” with it, and that “I haven’t written a single sad song” for it. project. ‘Single Soon’, her latest single, released last August, would be part of her repertoire.

In recent times, Selena has triumphed thanks to the Hulu series ‘Only Murders in the Building’, in which she acts and of which she is executive producer. The series has earned Gomez two Golden Globe nominations for Best Actress.

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