When photographing an album cover, Selena Gomez claims she felt "ashamed."

One of Selena Gomez’s album covers, she claimed, was “overly sexual,” which made her angry. Quinta Brunson from “Abbott Elementary” and Amy Schumer from “Life & Beth” were two of the comedic performers who took part in a roundtable chat for The Hollywood Reporter. The star of “Only Murders in the Building” was also present.

As a Disney child star who was sexualized from an early age and forced to consciously reject that image as an adult, Gomez was brought up by Schumer during the talk. To which Gomez said, “That’s pretty unfair.” “I once designed the cover for an album, and I was quite embarrassed by it.

When photographing an album cover, Selena Gomez claims she felt "ashamed."

Those emotions were something I had to go with because I understood they were related to something more significant that was happening.” Gomez also said “I didn’t always enjoy my decision, but I believe I did my best — or at the very least, I made an effort to be authentic. I don’t think I’m particularly sexual. Though it’s not always for someone else, I enjoy having romantic feelings occasionally. I’m able to use it.”

Gomez did not say which record she was talking to, but the “Hands to Myself” singer did once strip down for the cover of her 2015 album “Revival.” Gomez claimed to have experienced external “pressure” to be more sexual in the music videos for songs taken from that album in 2020, according to Allure.

I simply carried out actions that weren’t who I am, she admitted. “My record, “Revival,” came under pressure to appear more mature. The urge to expose skin struck me… In all honesty, I don’t believe I was [that] person.” Gomez provided additional details regarding her decision to stop using social media during the Hollywood Reporter interview.

When photographing an album cover, Selena Gomez claims she felt "ashamed."

The main problem with that, she explained, “is that I can’t look that way while you’re seeing all these other individuals. “You cannot do that. When I’m off of it, everything else seems real because I don’t think it’s reachable.” Gomez has already been open about her experience as a child celebrity growing up and her acrimonious connection with social media.

When photographing an album cover, Selena Gomez claims she felt "ashamed."

When Gomez was an adolescent while working on “Wizards of Waverly Place” and other Disney films, she said during a Television Critics Association (TCA) panel last year that she had “signed my life away to Disney.” Additionally, she claimed to Vogue that having the paparazzi follow her around during those years was “violating.”

Going offline from social media was “the finest decision I’ve ever taken for my mental health,” Gomez stated in an interview with InStyle earlier this year. She claimed, “It was incredibly hazardous at one point when Instagram became my entire existence. “I didn’t think I was attractive enough when I was in my early 20s. I once believed that I required cosmetics and that I should never be seen without them.”

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