Selena Gomez Says Her Next Album Will 'Probably' Have a Female Collaboration
Fans have been waiting, waiting and then waiting some more for a new full-length release from hitmaker Selena Gomez.
Gomez certainly hasn't been neglecting fan's ears, as the starlet has released a string of singles over the past couple years, including "Bad Liar", the Marshmello collab "Wolves" and her latest effort, Thirteen Reasons Why soundtrack cut "Back To You".
In the past month, there have been increased rumblings among her massive fan base that Selena's first full-length album in three years is on its way. After telling reporters that new music is coming "so soon" at the Hotel Transylvania 3 premiere on June 30, Selena dropped another exciting tidbit for fans.
In a press interview for the same movie with fellow cast member Andy Samberg, Gomez was asked about the potential for a female collaboration. "Probably! I mean, yeah, one, maybe," she replied.
When asked if she has a title for the song, Gomez added, "I do, but I can't tell you." She also revealed that there will be a few Spanish songs featured on the album.
Check out the clip below.
Selena talks about a female collaboration on her upcoming album -- -- pic.twitter.com/URO2Ili43I— Selena Gomez Source (@GomezSourceMP4) July 10, 2018