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SELENA GOMEZ SINGS NEW SONG ABOUT BEING 'STRONGER ALONE' AND EVERYONE THINKS IT'S ABOUT JUSTIN BIEBER, AGAIN

How does one say ‘Stan’ in Spanish? Selena Gomez just dropped the song and video ‘De Una Vez,’ her first Spanish-language song in two years, and it sounds inspired by Justin Bieber.

Selena Gomez. Selena Gomez in her music video 'De una vez'.
Selena Gomez. Selena Gomez in her music video 'De una vez'.

After a year of talk that Selena Gomez had a Spanish-language project in the works, the 28-year-old singer gave fans a reason to scream “me encanta” on Jan. 15. Selena Gomez released “De Una Vez,” her first song in Spanish since 2018’s “Taki Taki.”

The song has Selena Gomez singing about a difficult past love that fans were convinced could be Justin Bieber, 26. “Ya no duele como antes, no/La herida de tu amor sanó,” she croons in the opening lyrics, translating to “It doesn’t hurt like before, no/The wound of your love healed.”

“De una vez por toda’/Soy más fuerte,” she then pronounces, translating to, “Once and for all/I’m stronger alone.” The powerful message of the tune seemingly echoes the vibes of her back-to-back Rare singles, including her first-ever #1 “Lose You To Love Me” and “Look At Her Now.”

Despite the troubles of the relationship she sings about on “De Unz Vez,” she sings about having no regrets about the past, saying her roof is now bulletproof (Or, “pero ahora este techo es antibalas,” in Spanish).

Source: Hollywood Life

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