Selena Gomez has gone through a silent transformation believe it not. She also hasn't been on social media in months despite her instagram being quite infamous recently. She's covering Elle Magazine and this month and spoke to so many things that have inevitably affected her growth both in life and her new music, which is finished and could be out sooner than we think. In the interview she discusses her involvement with A21, a global anti-human-trafficking nonprofit, the paparazzi catching her distraught after finding out about long time friend Demi Lovato's relapse and of course, the "funky" music she's been working on. Check out the incredible piece on Selena Gomez's next phase here.
“I think everything in my life is being majorly downsized, in a very good way,” @SelenaGomez tells ELLE. “I’m going back to simplicity. That’s always who I’ve been. It’s not me saying, ‘I feel the best I’ve ever felt,’” she continues. “It’s me saying, ‘I’m exactly where I am. And I’m so happy I’m in this place.’ It’s a lot of self-discovery. From 20 to 26? Oh my gosh. I feel like a totally different person.” Link in bio for our full October 2018 cover story with #SelenaGomez. . . . ELLE October 2018 credits: cover star: @selenagomez editor-in-chief: @ninagarcia creative director: #stephengan photographer: @marianovivanco stylist: @annatrevelyan makeup: @hungvanngo hair: @mrchrismcmillan nails: @tombachik fashion credits: @coach