Is Selena Gomez Ready to Break 'Good Girl' Image?
Everyone loves Selena Gomez for her classy, good girl image, but it turns out that the teen cutie doesn't like being known as a wholesome role model. The Wizards of Waverly Place star tells Hollywood Life that she hates being known as the "good girl" of the Young Hollywood set:
The funny thing is, I really don’t like it when people say I’m wholesome. I don’t like that at all! I never said I was that and I never tried to portray it. I’m honestly doing what I feel like I’m doing…and I’d just like to figure out who I am.
Of course, while Selena says she doesn't like being branded as "wholesome," that doesn't mean that she wants to pull a Miley Cyrus and start dressing (and acting) more provocatively. The 18-year-old starlet is still a good girl at heart as evidenced by her two actress role models:
I look up to people my family loves. [My inspirations] are Rachel McAdams and Sandra Bullock. They’re very strong women in the acting world and really real people and I love them.
Both Rachel and Sandra are known for being talented, well-resepcted actresses who have managed to maintain a grown-up version of the good girl image.
The Ramona and Beezus star must be doing some good with her wholesome image: Selena took home a slew of awards last night at the Teen Choice Awards, including Red Carpet Fashion Icon. See ladies, you don't need to show skin to be a fashion role model.
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