BH Buzz: Selena Gomez Au Naturel In New York Times Photoshoot

September 30, 2015 By Jordan Miller

Plus, The Game premiered his new song featuring Kanye West titled “Mula” and Carly Rae Jepsen lands a role in the Grease TV musical.

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■ Selena Gomez opened up to the New York Times recently where she detailed growing up in the spotlight from an early age, dating Justin Bieber, being friends with Taylor Swift and the admission she needs her “work to just outshine all of this because the noise is driving me crazy, and it’s preventing me from leaving my home.”

The interview was accompanied with an understated photoshoot by photographer Elizabeth Weinberg, and the elegant photos surfaced today (via GomezGallery).

■ Don’t forget! Tinashe’s new single “Player” featuring Chris Brown drops Friday (Oct. 2)!

■ Ed Sheeran and Ruby Rose will co-host the 2015 MTV EMA’s together.

■ The Game premiered his new song titled “Mula” featuring Kanye West:

■ Ever heard of a song called “The Hardest Thing” by Tony Primo and Nixxie from the new indie film Partisan? You’re not alone, and today (Sep. 30), the blogosphere finally discovered who’s behind it despite living online for over five months.

The movie premiered at Sundance earlier this year, but gets a proper release Oct. 2. In the credits are Tony Primo and Nixxie, but we now know Nixxie is actually Swedish pop singer Robyn and Joseph Mount is Tony Primo from the electronic band Metronomy.

The music video accompanying the song is in line with the ’80s vibe and sound. In other words: bonus Robyn!

■ Ariana Grande teased a bit of the lyrics from her upcoming single “Focus” off the Moonlight album:

30 days #focus

A photo posted by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on

■ Carly Rae Jepsen will play the role of Frenchie on FOX’s upcoming Grease: Live television musical. Jessie J will open the show with a live performance of “Grease (Is the Word).”

■ Watch Dragonette’s new music video for “Let The Night Fall”:

■ And finally, Honey Boo Boo has a song / video out for “Movin’ Up.” Atrocious.

Did we leave anything out?