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Selena Gomez reveals why she felt ‘ashamed’ after posing for album cover
Selena Gomez is opening up about one of her most successful albums, revealing that she felt ashamed to pose naked for the cover of ‘Revival’ during her recent conversation with Amy Schumer at the Hollywood Reporter’s Comedy Actress Roundtable.“Someone like Selena, who was sexualized at such a young age, but you’ve just rejected that and have really found your own style and your own presence,” the comedian stated, adding that the media and online users “put you through a system and make you feel like this is how you have to do it.”“It’s really unfair,” Selena declared, “I actually did an album cover and I was really ashamed after I did it,” referring to the 2015 studio album ‘Revival.’“I had to work through those feelings because I realized it was attached to something deeper that was going on,” the singer explained, “It was a choice that I wasn’t necessarily happy that I made, but I think that I’ve done my best, at least I try to be myself.”“I’m not an overly sexual person,” she continued, explaining that sometimes she likes “to feel sexy, but that doesn’t mean it’s for somebody else. It can be for me.” Selena Gomez: Why ‘Only Murders in The Building’ did not want to hire herSelena Gomez proud to be in Michelle Obama’s Voting SquadSelena Gomez reveals the drugstore beauty products she usesShe concluded by saying that she now has a different perspective and wants to take control of her career.
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Jerry Seinfeld’s Pop-Tarts film gets all-star cast
“Unfrosted: The Pop-Tarts Story.”Seinfeld, 68, is starring, writing, directing and producing the origin story of the breakfast pastry — his first film in 15 years.He last lent his acting chops on the silver screen in 2007’s “Bee Movie.”On Wednesday, the Netflix movie’s delicious cast was announced and includes A-list stars that sound de-lite-ful.Melissa McCarthy, Jim Gaffigan, Amy Schumer, Hugh Grant, James Marsden, Jack McBrayer, Tom Lennon, Adrian Martinez, Bobby Moynihan, Max Greenfield, Christian Slater and Sarah Cooper are set to appear in the comedy, the Wrap reported.The flick will take watchers back to 1963 Michigan, and will chronicle the food manufacturing companies, Kellogg’s and Post, who are cereal enemies.“[It is] a tale of ambition, betrayal, sugar and menacing milkmen,” the logline for the movie said.The story follows the two brands as they compete to devise a pastry that will transform how kids eat breakfast for generations to come.Seinfeld co-wrote the film with Spike Feresten and Barry Marder and came up with the project idea during the coronavirus pandemic, Deadline reported last year.“Stuck at home watching endless sad faces on TV, I thought this would be a good time to make something based on pure silliness,” he told the publication.