Selena Gomez Nails Taylor Swift Impersonation: Watch the Video

Selena Gomez Does Spot-On Taylor Swift Impersonation: Watch the Video
Selena Gomez did a spot-on Taylor Swift impersonation during a new interview on Monday, June 22 -- watch here! Taylor: Brian Rasic/WireImage

Sure knows her well! Selena Gomez did a spot-on impression of her equally famous best friend Taylor Swift during an interview with iHeartRadio on Monday, June 22.

The multi-hyphenate, 22, clad in a tight crop top and high-waisted slacks, was asked to mimic the 1989 hitmaker during her stop by the show. Gomez opted for stage/concert Swift, completing her impression with her pal's famous hair flip, hip shift, and point.

"Love you, Tay," the "Good For You" singer remarked after nailing the impersonation.

Gomez also mimicked Colombian sensation Shakira and her trademark voice. The one person the former Disney star botched in terms of impersonation was her new collaborator A$AP Rocky. After all, it's hard to filter out curse words.

In an October 2014 interview, Gomez dished details about her high-profile friendship with Swift. "We were sitting by the fire [recently], and I was talking about relationships and business in my life," Gomez recalled to Sharon Osbourne on The Talk. "She just kind of looked at me and was like, 'Selena, if you're the smartest person in the room, I think you're going to be in the wrong room.' She thinks I should constantly surround myself with people who are going to make me better — that are going to challenge and motivate me."

Indeed, that's what Swift does. Calvin Harris' girlfriend recently featured members of her star-studded clique in her "Bad Blood" music video, and had none other than Gomez leading the pack of hotties.

The old friends most recently caught up in Hollywood for a lunch date, with Swift opting to wear a harness for their otherwise low-key lunch.

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