NEW YORK -- Have a question for Selena Gomez? She says you'll find the answer in her new album.
The singer-actress, who had her breakthrough on Disney Channel's "Wizards of Waverly Place" at age 15, says she knows she hasn't been too revealing in the past, but she's becoming comfortable in her own skin -- and that's reflected on "Stars Dance."
"Genuinely, the whole record is me being a woman and wanting to explore that and being comfortable in my skin and my body, and exuding confidence," said Gomez.
Gomez credits her daring role in the film "Spring Breakers" with helping her find comfort in her womanhood. She has similar energy on her seductive single, "Come & Get It."
"I have so many people come up to me saying, ‘I didn't know you sing that song. It's a little different than what you put out,' and that's a great feeling," Gomez said.
-- The Associated Press