Selena Gomez has spent the past few years as a teen superstar, but now that she's 20 years old she wants to move on to more adult roles, of course. But it's a little strange for her!
Sel told an interviewer just how she feels taking on edgier roles like Faith in Spring Breakers:
"It’s terrifying. I was at a film festival, and I couldn’t believe I was there after working on my series and having a movie competing at the festival. They told us while we were there, ‘Just so you know, sometimes they may boo if they don’t like it.’ Some of it has been a little weird for me.”
She also talked about how hard it's been to grow up in the spotlight:
“I think it’s unfair when your 15, 16 or 17 to be critical of a child. It was kind of like a giant high school for me growing up because every single person had an opinion, and sometimes it wasn’t nice. I did care a lot about that because when you are a teen, you care so much about what other people think. It was hard at first for me to get used to it. Now that I’m older and experienced life a little more, I really could care less now. I love what I do. I have the best fans and the best time doing what I do.”
Selena has been working on some more grown-up roles, but she definitely hasn't forgotten about her younger fans. She's actually going to play Alex Russo one last time for a Wizards of Waverly Place special T.V. movie!