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  1. I’ve been thinking on making this thread for a while but here it is its anniversary so right on time. What’s Selena Gomez most iconic/recognizable song? It gotta be ‘The Heart Wants What It Wants’. I can’t think of something else. Random people just keep on sharing this song over and over. We can discuss and fight over streams and sales over and over again, but the GP view on a song I think it depends on the song’s impact on various demographics its impact over all. Has another Selena Gomez song impacted the culture more than ‘The Heart Wants What It Wants’? I honestly love it, it’s raw and authentic and dark. This is the proper serve I want to receive from her.
  2. Lately, a lot of people have been disregarding Selena Gomez as talentless and boring, and I'd like to remind you all that this is exactly what people have been doing to Britney ever since her debut as well. Although Selena will never quite reach the heights Britney did, she absolutely left her mark on the pop industry and has some good quality music behind her. And I am here to remind you just how much Selena Gomez grew up with us millennials and gen z: She was one of the first to jump aboard and use dance pop in her music, and it was for her debut single nonetheless: Then she released this flawless masterpiece of a song. I find this music video to be so aesthetically pleasing even 11 years later And if you say you didn't stan Love you like a love song like the rest of us did, I know you're lying And I don't know about you but "Who Says" helped me a great deal when I was a fat bullied gay teenage boy, and I'm still thankful to Selena for this gem: And did you happen to forget that the entire "Stars Dance" album was inspired by solely queen Britney? Oh yes, and you can feel her influence all over the album: After Stars Dance, Selena decided to try out a new style, closer to her heart, and she really executed it well. Hence, Revival was born: Revival is one of the rare albums that I actually like from top to bottom. Britney and Selena are the only artists who did this for me Between Revival and Rare, Selena took a break but still released some impeccable bops, such as: All very interesting music directions Which takes us to Rare: And her latest achievements hitting that South American audience: Overall, I just wanted to show you guys how much Selena Gomez has grown as an artist. We should celebrate people's achievements, especially given the fact Selena is one of us. She's a millennial who really tried her best and had her ups and downs through it all. She's far from talentless and I admire her for achieving everything she did. I genuinely hope she never stops making music. Whether you're getting ready to go out and hyping yourself up, or chilling on a warm Sunday afternoon on the floor, Selena Gomez has got just the right beat for you. She truly grew up right in front of our noses, together with us! Thank you
  3. here is my analysis of Selena Gomez Same Old Love https://voca.ro/1hNpbdOCT6B3
  4. Selena Gomez has collaborated with her friend Theresa Mingus and her business partner, Morgan Brutocao, on a new swimsuit line for their company, La'Mariette. Per a press release, the line “is all about inclusivity, body positivity and celebrating the fact that all bodies are beautiful.” “The Aura print is inspired by Selena, her aura shines through in everything she does and we want everyone else to feel that sort of transformative feeling of being their most authentic self,” Brutocao said in the press release. “Selena’s confidence is unmatched and being able to design a print with her which embodies that is so rewarding.” This is not the first time Gomez has been associated with La'Mariette. Last summer, she shared a photo of herself wearing a blue suit from the swimwear company with the following caption: “When I got my kidney transplant, I remember it being very difficult at first showing my scar. I didn’t want it to be in photos, so I wore things that would cover it up. Now, more than ever, I feel confident in who I am and what I went through...and I’m proud of that. T - Congratulations on what you’re doing for women, launching @lamariette whose message is just that...all bodies are beautiful.” The new line from Gomez ranges fro $49-$119 and is sold exclusively on la'mariette.com. PROMO PHOTOS
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