A topless Selena Gomez in V Magazine, Is she breaking the internet?
Kim Kardashian isn’t the only star who set out to break the internet, singer Selena Gomez bares it all in the latest issue of V Magazine.
The 22-year-old posed topless in high-waisted jean booty shorts while covering her naked breasts with her arms. Selena Gomez, who is pictured wearing a red bow on her hair and large red hoop earrings in the same series of images, revealed an entirely different look than the one the Texas native’s fans are used to.
The photo spread has received mixed reactions from her followers on social media. Some comments posted on V Magazine’s Facebook page reveal a general dislike of the photos from fans who feel Selena Gomez shouldn’t have posed topless for the spread, others dislike the make-up and styling, and others claim to stick by her side and support her in whichever project she takes on.
Regardless of initial reactions, Selena Gomez opened up more than she ever has before about her past and future relationships and her battle with depression, in the latest issue of V Magazine.
The “The Heart Wants What it Wants” singer was interviewed for the article by her Spring Breakers co-star, James Franco. Below are our highlights from the text.
Selena Gomez says:
On her next boyfriend – “I think the next time [I have a boyfriend] will be much different…which will definitely not be anytime soon. That’s a growing up kind of thing. I was 18 years old, and it was my first love. The older I get, I’m guarding certain things more.”
On her famous relationship – (She didn’t say mention the name Justin Bieber specifically): “When you’re young and you’re being told so many different things…it almost felt like all we had was each other, like the world was against us, in a way,” she confessed. “It was really weird but it was incredible. I would never take it back in a million years. You live and you learn, you know?”
On dealing with depression – “There were a few months where I was a little depressed, where I wouldn’t leave [my home] as much. I think I drove myself crazy for a little bit. It was just easier to say, ‘Hey, do you mind running to the grocery store and picking some stuff up? I don’t want to get photographed.’”