Girlfriend sat and did an interview with the magazine, where she talked about her BFF (Taylor Swift!), on love, and on being a “good” girl.
Here’s Selena on Taylor:
We both experienced the same things at the same time. But we’ve never once talked about our industry. She just became the person I’d go to for an issue with my family or boyfriend. It’s so hard to trust girls, so I’m lucky to have her.
… Oh my God, she goes to Taylor Swift for boyfriend advice? I can’t even, guys. I just can’t. Ask Michael J. Fox. He knows what he’s talking about.
Selena on her personal life:
I’m having fun. At the end of the day, love is such a normal thing, and everyone deals with it. Just because it’s a different lifestyle doesn’t change the meaning of what I’ve been raised on, which is fairy tales.
(There’s the Taylor Swift talking there—I’m just saying).
Selena on being photographed all the time:
I think the paparazzi are over me because I’m so boring. I get to Topanga Mall and they’re like, “Why is she back at the same place?”
On Spring Breakers:
It was my first audition in years. I definitely felt that with my first stepping-out role, I should choose something that I could understand a little more. I was really nervous, but Harmony took a chance with me. He said, “You live in this bubble, and I’m going to take you out of it, but you have to trust me.”
And on never actually having a Spring Break:
I don’t think I’ve even had a spring break. I had to have someone show me how to hold a cigarette. Harmony [Korine, director of Spring Breakers] was like, “It’s good that you don’t know. Maybe that’s a character trait!”
Oh yes. Not knowing how to hold a cigarette isn’t complete oblivious idiocy or anything, it’s a “character trait.” Sure.
Isn’t this little girl just so darling? Isn’t she, like, the perfect, dark-haired, pop-singing version Taylor Swift? Of course she is, guys. Of course.