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Selena Gomez Wants To Collaborate With BFF Taylor Swift On A Song

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  • Selena Gomez revealed that she wants to collaborate with her best friend, Taylor Swift, on a song.
  • Selena and Taylor have been friends for over 10 years and their relationship is still going strong.

I feel like I need to put a disclaimer on this piece, so here it is: I am a huge Taylor Swift fan. So, if you think this article seems a little bias—you're absolutely right. What can I say? We stan Taylor in this house. Okay, I'm glad we got that out of the way. Now, on to the real news. Selena Gomez recently confirmed all of our hopes with the admission that she wants to collaborate with her best friend, Taylor Swift.

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Selena appeared on the Animal Talking with Gary Whitta live-stream show and explained that a collab with Taylor is a real possibility. "I've always dreamt of doing a song with Taylor," she said. "We both wanted to do that. It just feels like we’re family. I've know her for 13 or 14 years now. She's been my best friend. But we've talked about it for sure."

They've been performing together since Taylor's 2010 album, Speak Now. Selena frequently makes appearances on her bestie's tours and they usually sing a song or two together. It's always amazing and fun and feels like a peek into their more than a decade-long friendship.

Obviously, Swifties and Selenators would support a collab from the two artists. And the collab might come than we think since Selena announced that she's already working on a new album despite her recent Rare release. "It’s funny because I already feel like I’ve been working on the new album," she said. "But I’m so proud of what we did. Oh no, I’m not sure if I was supposed to say that."

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The heart wants what it wants and our hearts wants this collab... ASAP.


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