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Selena Gomez: 'My strength is translating emotion in my music'

'Good For You' songstress Selena Gomez has revealed that instead of worrying that she isn't the most amazing singer, she focuses her energy on enhancing the other skills she has. 

During her new interview with Flare magazine, the beauty confessed that she knows she isn't the strongest singer, but has other talents that she spends time working on instead:

"I'm not the best singer - like, I know I'm not Céline Dion. Ever since I was 16, I've had this lower register, what I thought was a very manly voice, and I was insecure about that. But once I started acting more, I realised it was an asset, and I didn't want to force myself to aim for the highest note possible. My strength is translating emotion, because I'm such a feeler."

Her new album, entitled 'Revival', is due to be officially released on October 9 and she recently told that it took her around a year to complete: "It took a year to put the album together and it was the first time someone in my life really kinda just said 'alright it’s up to you, what do you want to do?' and I had to figure out what I wanted to say."

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