Selena Gomez says acting is her ''first love'' and is considering scaling back on her music in order to put more effort into her film career,
Selena Gomez says acting is her ''first love''.
The actress-and-singer - who enjoyed both musical and movie success in 2013 with hit song 'Come and Get It' and hit movie 'Spring Breakers' - is determined to be the best actress possible and is considering scaling back on music to put more effort into her film career.
She said: ''Initially I wanted to quit music, but that probably isn't ever going to happen. I think I need to do more acting. I'm not super-confident in it, but acting is my first love.
''It's too easy for me to be in a teeny bopper movie. I like a challenge. 'Spring Breakers' is my proudest achievement, for sure, in acting. I'm so proud of my show ['Wizards of Waverley Place'], too, but the movie was absolutely liberating and it was awesome.''
As for her own movie tastes, Selena, 21, admits she loves romantic comedies.
Speaking to Teen Vogue magazine, she said: ''I love romantic comedies. 'Pretty Woman' and 'How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days' ... I've always been kind of a hopeless romantic.''
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