Selena Gomez may be a young woman with high morals as well as an outstanding role model for children, just make sure you do not use the word “wholesome.”
Selena dished to Hollywood Life that she doesn’t like when people use the word “wholesome” to describe who she is as a person.
“I don’t like that at all,” she admitted. ”I never said I was that and I never tried to portray it. I’m honestly doing what I feel like I’m doing…and I’d just like to figure out who I am. I look up to people my family loves. (My inspirations) are Rachel McAdams and Sandra Bullock. They’re very strong women in the acting world and really real people and I love them.”
Selena also told Hollywood Life about her future in the business, “We’re developing something for my production company that I’m really excited about and right now I’m focusing on Wizards (of Waverly Place) and hopefully it’s not coming to an end, but you never know.”