Selena Gomez is a huge superstar, but while filming a new sketch for the website Funny Or Die, she admitted to radio host Elvis Duran, "I have self-confidence issues anyway. So I have a feeling my fans will tell me if it's funny or not."
Selena opened up about her new "racy" film Spring Breakers to Elvis and how it's a departure for the teen queen.
"The movie is different, sure. I will be 20 this year. I am an actress; I love my job. I want to do things that are gonna challenge me and push me and make me think, 'Oh, this is different, this is interesting, the script's great.' Harmony Korine, the director is amazing and I got to work with a great cast, so it is what it is."
She also got to work with James Franco. "He's great. He's very smart. I was completely intimidated," Selena admitted. "He gave me things that pushed my performance. I really, really appreciated it."
In terms of being a role model, Selena knows that girls of all ages look up to her.
"In some aspects I've given that title and I take full responsibility for it," Selena said. "I worked for Disney Channel. My show was the best thing that happened to me."
"I got to have a great fan-base. There were girls, who were my age, 16, when I started and now they're 19, 20, with me so we kind of grew up together. So in a way, some of my fans have already grown with me."