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Selena Gomez Wears Wig and Lingerie in High-Fashion Photoshoot, Addresses Lorde’s Insult

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Selena Gomez wears a wig and lingerie on the November 2013 cover of Flaunt Magazine.

If you're ready, come and get it! Disney child star Selena Gomez is all grown up in her new high-fashion photoshoot for her cover story in Flaunt Magazine. The "Slow Down" singer, 21, is wearing a trendy wig with bangs and a bob, some revealing lingerie, and a Michael Kors tweed coat. 

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In the interior spread, Justin Bieber's ex sports a variety of looks including a Louis Vuitton bra and skirt in one shot and a yellow Bottega Veneta trench coat in another. 

It's clear the pop star's look has matured from her Disney days. And SelGo has plenty to celebrate in 2013. Her first solo album, Stars Dance, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and sold 97,000 copies in its first week. 

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In the magazine, she has no problem showing off her body or speaking her mind. After alternative singer Lorde publicly dissed Gomez, saying her song "Come & Get It" objectified women, the pop star had some thoughts for the self-proclaimed feminist. 

“That’s not feminism,” Gomez told the magazine. “[Lorde is] not supporting other women. That’s my honest opinion, that’s what I would say to her if I saw her.”

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The actress-turned-singer originally said that she was going to take some time off from singing to focus on her acting career, but has since admitted that she'll likely record another album next year. 

Gomez revealed in Flaunt that she was asked by actor-musician Jared Leto why she didn't share different sides of herself with the public. She replied, “[Then] there’s nothing left for me, and there’s nothing left for my friends, and there’s nothing left for my family."

And as for a life plan, she only has one goal, “Oh, God. I don’t know. I hope that I’m really happy by 30.”

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