In the final part of Selena Gomez’s web-series “Postcards from the Road” she talks about how much she’s learned from her South American fans.
In the clip she performs “Who Says” for her Sao Paulo fans and talks about how they inspire her to be a better performer.
In the third part of andPOP’s exclusive “Postcards From The Road,” Selena Gomez gives you a hint about what her favourites gifts from her fans are. She’s been given everything from necklaces to bracelets to jewelry boxes, but scrapbooks are her absolute favourite.
“They kind of describe what they feel about my music,” she said. “I love scrapbooks, those are my favourites.”
This clip is only the third of five web videos from “Postcards from the Road,” so watch for them exclusively on andPOP!! Make sure to like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter so you’ll be the first to know when the next videos are up.
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Despite being her fave song to record, Selena Gomez was shocked at the success of “Love You Like a Love Song.” We weren’t!
In the second part of andPOP’s exclusive video of Selena Gomez’s “Postcards From The Road,” she talks about how “Love You Like a Love Song” allows her to connect with fans on stage.
“Whenever I sing that, I feel like I’m talking to my fans, singing to them” she says. “They leave me little notes and they usually always say “Love You Like a Love Song” one them ‘ so I feel like that’s a really cool song to connect with.”
It’s no surprise that the song allows her to connect with her fans. Although she doesn’t share the same language as many of her fans, music transcends their differences and she becomes one with her fans.
“Music is the universal language. You can connect with anybody, you don’t even have to speak their language,” she says. ”Which is why I love the fact that music can bring people together like that.”
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Selena Gomez has the best fans ever. No really. Even Selena thinks so, though admittedly, she might be biased. In a Canadian EXCLUSIVE five-part web series for andPOP called “Postcards from the Road,” she gushes about her devoted fan base.
Each of the webisodes display different aspects of her South American tour with The Scene, including intimate behind the scenes looks and clips of her actual concerts.
“My fans are really, really passionate,” she says in the clip. “I can have 10 people or I can have 10,000. And it just doesn’t matter the number,” she said. “They’re all really incredible people that really want to make a difference. That really care about the music. That care about each other. And to see them travel miles and miles to different countries, different places just to hear me play the same songs over and over again is really special.”
D’aw. It’s too easy to be obsessed with Selena. This clip is only the first of five web videos from “Postcards from the Road,” so watch for them exclusively on andPOP over the next two weeks!! Make sure to like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter so you’ll be the first to know when the next videos are up.