Skip to main content

Selena Gomez Admits She Wants Someone To 'Love Her For The Person She Is'

Selena Gomez has had a rough go at love, but she's not giving up.

Admitting she just wants someone to 'love her for the person she is' the triple threat opened up on the Dream It Real podcast Wednesday.

The podcast, which is a collaboration with Coach, gave fans a look at Gomez's hear

The Back To You vocalist is known and applauded for how authentic and candid she always is.


And in the new interview, she deserved all that praise and then some yet again.

Because in the tell-all, the brunette got real about everything from therapy to having faith in love. 

Selena told the show's host, Heben Nigatu, that she often feels misjudged when it comes to her heart.

She said: 'I think that a lot of people don't understand my heart, you know?'

'I also don't like that, it can sometimes be about appearance, too. I don't really appreciate people judging me on my looks, or anything like that.'

Due to all that judgement and misunderstanding, Selena said she desires someone who will love her for who she truly is. 

'I just think that the world today, with so much exposure to everything… it's great to dress up and to feel beautiful and to do those things, but...and I'm flattered when, maybe, guys are like, 'You're pretty,' I am, it's just not… I would just love someone to love me for the person that I am. That's just what's important to me,' she said.

Selena had a rocky 2018, with her on again, off again relationship with Justin Bieber officially coming to a close and the pop star getting married to another woman.

That split followed her relationship with Bella Hadid's man, The Weeknd.

On top of that, the star also dealt with complications from her lupus.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Musa Danjuma's alleged girlfriend shows off younger new man who calls himself her 'sugar daddy'

Welcome to meme's Blog News, Events, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Fashion, Beauty, Inspiration and yes... Gossip! *Wink* Musa Danjuma's alleged girlfriend shows off younger new man who calls himself her 'sugar daddy' The curvy exotic dancer/singer who was previously linked to Musa Danjuma and was once in a spat with his ex-wife Caroline on IG, has been in Lagos for a while now and contrary to previous reports online, she didn't fly in for him. Audream took to social media to show off a younger, finer man who refers to himself as her sugar daddy. See more of their pics together and drop a comment anout his identity if you know him! By meme

Photos: Verdict looms for man who deliberately infected over 30 women with HIV

Photos: Verdict looms for man who deliberately infected over 30 women with HIV An HIV-positive Italian man accused of intentionally infecting 30 women is set to hear the verdict today, October 27, in his trial for allegedly targeting victims for unprotected sex over a period of nearly 10 years. Under the pseudonym "Hearty Style", 33-year-old accountant Valentino Talluto seduced dozens of young women on social networks and internet dating sites, often dating several at a time. Out of 53 sexual conquests known to have taken place between 2006 -- when he discovered he was HIV positive -- and his arrest in 2015, 30 women were allegedly infected by him with the virus which damages the immune system and causes AIDS. The male companions of three of the women were also infected, as was the baby of a fourth, investigators say. Throughout the trial, which opened in March in Rome's Rebibbia prison, the women described how Talluto had wined and dined them, claiming to fa

Expect bodies in the streets of African Countries - Melinda Gates warns of the implications of Coronavirus in Africa

Melinda Gates has warned that there will be dead bodies littering the streets in African countries if the world does not act fast to curb the spread of Coronavirus. Ms Gates said this while speaking to CNN, on  the novel Coronavirus and its effects in the third world countries. She said she is worried for Africa and fears that the continent might not be able to handle the devastating effect of COVID-19. "Its going to be horrible in the developing world," she warned. “Part of  the reasons you are seeing the case numbers still do not look very bad, is because they don’t have access to many tests. “Look at what is happening in Ecuador, they are putting bodies out on the streets, you are going to see that in countries in Africa,” Mrs Gates noted. Melinda Gates, who is also co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, fears things will get worst for Africa once cases peak because of poor health care systems and lack of humanitarian supports. Ac