Selena Gomez opened up about her journey and said that she was 'ashamed' of one of her album covers.
The Only Murders in the Building actress sat down at a roundtable interview with The Hollywood Reporter alongside Amy Schumer, Tracee Ellis Ross, Molly Shannon, Quinta Brunson, and Bridget Everett.
During the discussion, Schumer talked about how Gomez found her "own style" despite being "sexualized at such a young age."
"I know they put you through a system and make you feel like this is how you have to do it," Schumer said to Gomez. "And especially when you’re getting that positive feedback and people are attracted to you, it takes a lot to go, 'I’m going to go in this direction.'"
Gomez agreed with her and said that it was quite "unfair".
She also shared her experience of shooting one of her album covers.
"I actually did an album cover, and I was really ashamed after I did it. I had to work through those feelings because I realized it was attached to something deeper that was going on," she explained.
"It was a choice that I wasn’t necessarily happy that I made, but I think that I’ve done my best. At least I try to be myself,” The songstress added.
However, she did not explicitly mention the name of the album cover that made her feel that way. Fans speculated that the singer was talking about the cover for the deluxe edition of Revival in which she posed naked.