Selena Gomez Posted a Glam Cowgirl Look on Instagram, and 5 Million-Plus People Liked It

On Friday, Selena Gomez posted a look on Instagram, and if you like Dolly Parton/cowgirl glam, this is for you.

On Friday, Selena Gomez posted a look on Instagram, and if you like Dolly Parton/cowgirl glam, this is for you.

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I mean...

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And...

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Also!

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Besides posting this enviable look, Gomez has had a milestone March 2021. Earlier this month, she released her first Spanish-language EP, Revelación, for which she said her biggest influence was her namesake, Selena Quintanilla-Pérez. In a March 12 interview, she told Rolling Stone (opens in new tab)'s Brittany Spanos that she's at a point in her life where she makes creative decisions based on what she wants to do with her music.

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"I just am following where my heart leads me, and making decisions based on what I've seen and learned," she said. "I guess it'll keep going until it doesn't." Gomez, who's been re-learning Spanish, said singing in the language has only helped her confidence.

"I was fluent until I was 7," she said, adding, in part: "I feel like I'm not as judged. Maybe it stems from years of people saying I'm not a real artist. Exploring this side of me has been nothing short of amazing. It really allowed me to take my voice to a different place. I just felt very confident when I would sing. I hope people hear that hard work and enjoy it." She continued:  "I know I'm not the best singer, but I do carry stories. I'm emotionally connected to my music. It means just as much to me as it does for the world's best singer."

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Hilary Weaver is a freelance writer based in New York who writes about politics, queer issues, Meryl Streep, Glenn Close, and every woman the Queen has ever made a dame. I saw Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again three times in theaters, and that's pretty much all you need to know.