Selena Gomez — who apparently goes by the nickname "flaca" which means "skinny" in Spanish — revealed quite a lot about herself, her family, and her likes and dislikes during her 73 Questions with Vogue magazine. And it was quite riveting.
Sel spoke to the camera as they asked her 73 questions about varied topics, in which she revealed she would be a chef if she was not a singer, that she wants to jump out of something to check it off her bucket list, she has no secret talents but her biggest secret? She thinks she was born in the wrong era.
Here are other great things fans learned from the revealing interview, and some of her answers are super adorable.
"How much I love depressing things," she said. The last movie she saw that made her cry was Hacksaw Ridge, a pretty emotional movie about a soldier in World War II. She revealed that she feels the most creative when she is sad, which explains why she might gravitate toward "depressing things."
"Go ahead and do it, because you're going to do it anyway!" And the one thing she did not know then that she knows now? Patience!
"Loyal, kind, giving." We totally agree, she kills them, kills them, with kindness.
The singer said she does not like people who are rude! And what makes a kind person really angry?
Selena said it is, "People who act entitled." Who could she possibly be talking about here? One can only guess.
Her song of choice to rock out to in private? "That's What I Like" by Bruno Mars. And can anyone blame her for choosing this song? It's a jam. Listen and watch Bruno kill his dance moves below.
Shoulder pads. She also says she wishes they never, ever make a comeback.
They are a bit aggressive, it is hard to deny that.
She said with a sigh, "Hopefully happy." We feel you, girl!
She chose Elvis Presley! That would be so interesting. She revealed that she would try the Jazz genre in her music and if her life were a song it would be called, "I'm still figuring it all out." Same.
"Treat others how you wish to be treated," her mom Mandy Teefey taught her. She learned from her parents that everyone is equal and that everything happens for a reason. Her mother painting is her first memory and her favorite thing about Mandy is her laugh. So cute! She also revealed that her family is very good at arguing. Yikes. But who can't relate to that?
So cute! Watch the full interview below.