Selena Gomez's support group Bahari: 'She is unbelievably inspiring to watch'
SoCal trio Bahari are currently supporting Selena Gomez on her north American Revival Tour and have opened up about what they've learned from watching the 'Hands To Myself' sensation work the stage every night.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, members Ruby Carr, Natalia Panzarella and Sidney Sartini explained that watching Gomez's live show is incredible and they have taken a lot from it:
"We watch her every night! All of the team is like, “Oh, you’re still here?” It’s been unbelievably inspiring to watch everything that goes into it."
"On the first day, it was overwhelming: the production was so big and so involved. But to be able to watch someone like Selena, who on this album made such an incredible transition into a strong independent woman, get on stage and rock it is so inspiring. All these people screaming her name and being so happy to see her up there, that’s something we want to eventually be able to do. We’re kind of sad that it’s ending soon."
When asked if she has given then any advice, the girls added: "The best advice she’s ever given us is to be ourselves. And that’s really underrated advice: know who you are and don’t try and be anybody else but that person. She’s always been someone that we looked up to. She’s an icon and she’s so famous, but she took the time out of her day to support us, and we didn’t even have one song out. She also encourages people on her tour to be nice."
"She’s said to us, “Is everyone nice to you?” We’re like, “Yeah!” And she goes, “Good. Because I don’t have time and space for people who don’t treat other people well.” She makes sure that everyone is really kind on her crew. It’s always really cool to be apart of something like that."
Watch Bahari in action here:
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