Denied: No Rivalry Between Selena & Miley


Jul. 29 2008, Published 8:00 a.m. ET

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Disney sensation Selena Gomez is setting the record straight regarding rumors that she and fellow Disney sweetheart Miley Cyrus hate each other.

In an interview with Extra, Gomez says there's no truth behind reports that she and Cyrus are bitter rivals.

"It's just the media wanting something to talk about and wanting us to fight...and there's nothing to talk about," Gomez said.

Of all the false reports she hears about herself, Selena says, "Everywhere you go you're going to hear things that are untrue...You just got to learn that I don't say it, physically out of my mouth,on camera, it's not true."

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The star of Wizards of Waverly Place says she credits her mom for keeping her grounded in reality, even in the midst of stardom.

"My mom's there to say, 'The moment I see you get big-headed or changing, I will drag you right back home to Texas and we are moving away from here," Gomez says.

But Selena admits growing up in Hollywood is a rough road to choose. "It's overwhelming and there's a lot to think about...knowing that there are hundreds of kids out there that look up to me. I know that's a big responsibility."

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Gomez says one of the ways she likes to relax is to curl up with a good play list.

"On my iPod right now is my best friend Demi Lovato, Paramore, Fall Out Boy, Jonas Brothers."

She adds, "Then I actually got Miley's new CD. I really like her CD."

For the entire interview with Selena, tune into Extra tonight!


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