In a lengthy interview for The Business of Fashion, Selena Gomez gets grilled for information about what Millennials want from the fashion industry. To make sure Selena’s opinions are credible, readers are often reminded of just how relatable Selena is.
After calling Selena “the everywoman of her generation” because of her break-up with Justin Bieber, interviewer Imran Amed led off with a question everyone wants to know the answer to: what’s wrong with Millennials?
“The biggest challenge is separating what you see on your phone from what is your life,” Selena replied. “A lot of young girls are getting involved with things that I didn’t even know about, quicker. There are 13-year-olds who look like they’re 25, and I was still wearing pigtails and running around like playing with dolls with my girlfriends and maybe listening to Jesse McCartney on a CD player.”