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Selena Gomez on the captivating power of women's sensuality

Songstress Selena Gomez has opened up about her decision to focus on herself in the 'Good For You' music video and confessed that she simply didn't want men in the feature. 

During an interview with Billboard, the beauty admitted that she wanted to capture the sensuality of women and the power they have:

"I didn’t want a damn guy in there. It’s about how I feel. Yes, it’s sexual and captivating, but that’s what makes a woman. We have that over guys. I love looking at women. I’d rather look at a woman than a guy."

Gomez went onto add that she is proud of her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber, but won't credit him for inspiring her new album because she is wholly responsible for her new material:

“I’m proud of him. This is what I always saw in him, why I always believed in him.” Are they talking? “We’re on good terms, but no.” Does she take any inspiration from his career evolution? “No. This is my time. I’ve deserved this. I earned it. This is all me.”

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