Selena Gomez had a stop in Vancouver on her ‘Stars Dance’ tour and kept fans in the loop by posting a few pics on her Instagram account. She snapped this one while grabbing a snack backstage and wrote, “Hi Vancouver :)”
While in Vancouver, the ‘Come And Get It’ singer gave a quick interview to the Vancouver Sun and talked about everything from her Disney days to her recent role in the controversial Spring Breakers.
On transitioning from her show Wizards Of Waverly Place and her younger fan base: “I take my fans into consideration. Obviously I started on the [Disney] channel so my fan base started off younger. I think they’re beautiful and amazing, but there comes a point where, artistically, you get blocked.”
On deciding to do Spring Breakers, and working with director Harmony Korine and actor James Franco: “I felt like making Harmony’s movie so, knowing that he had a new script coming out, I flew straight to Nashville to his house, in his living room, and auditioned to him and his wife for two hours.
“It was a great learning experience and the opportunity to work with James, who created this insane character I didn’t even recognize — he was just so brilliant, artistically and creatively. As an artist, that’s where I needed to be.”