She just wants to look good for ya, Cara Delevingne!
Selena Gomez got extremely candid in an interview with PrideSource where she revealed that she was more than okay with the relationship rumors between her and Cara Delevingne. Last year, tabloids across the nation were clinging to a possible romance between the two hotties after the paparazzi caught the two showering together on a yacht. But instead of getting weirded out, Selena actually preferred it!
"Honestly, I loved it. I didn't mind it. Especially because they weren't talking about other people in my life for once, which was wonderful. Honestly, though, she's incredible and very open and she just makes me open. She's so fun and she's just extremely adventurous, and sometimes I just want that in my life, so I didn't mind it. I loved it."
The 23-year-old 'Same Old Love' singer has questioned her sexuality before. In today's media and youth, everyone seems to be questioning their sexuality with the idea of sexual fluidity on the rise. And in the celebrity world, same sex hook ups are more than common. However, Gomez thinks everyone goes through a phase where they question their sexual orientation.
"Oh, I think everybody does, no matter who they are. I do, yeah, of course. Absolutely. I think it's healthy to gain a perspective on who you are deep down, question yourself and challenge yourself; it's important to do that."
With Nick Jonas recently headlining the news for his steamy gay character on "Scream Queens", Gomez isn't objecting to having a same sex on air scene with a woman either, "That's a long list! Suki Waterhouse - she's a model; she was Bradley Cooper's girlfriend."
And even Gomez dated Jonas...partly because her gay BFFs told her to, "Oh gosh, they're more into it than I am. Honestly!" she said. "Part of the reason I probably went out on a few dates is because of them. They're just like, 'Go! Go!' I'm like, 'No!' They're all about it, for sure. Whoever I'm with or like or don't like, they're all about dissecting it and putting me with other people."