Following the massive success of "13 Reasons Why," Selena Gomez is not in any place to stop. She recently teased a new project on social media. The singer-songwriter said it will be "magical."
According to Teen Vogue, Selena Gomez took to Instagram and posted a photo of artist Petra Collins. In the photo, Gomez joins Collins and her sister, Anna Collins. There are no further details revealed about the new project. However, fans are speculating what it could be.
Some suggest that Selena Gomez's new project may be related to art. Some speculate that the Collins sisters may appear on the "Kill Em with Kindness" singer's new album. Others believe the two may be collaborating with Gomez for an appearance in "13 Reasons Why" Season 2.
Selena Gomez has yet to officially announce what the project is all about. On the other hand, her fans are already showing support for the collaboration. Her Netflix show, "13 Reasons Why," has also been embraced by the masses. It is one of the most anticipated shows this year.
Fans are now wondering if Selena Gomez will ever work on a new album that tackles teenage suicide, depression, and other teenage issues. According to Siver Times, it isn't impossible to get an album with the mentioned themes. However, the singer has yet to make official announcements.
If ever Selena Gomez debuts an album about issues that teenagers of this generation are faced with, it is expected to be a hit. With the huge success of "13 Reason Why," fans will definitely support a new album from the show's producer.
"13 Reasons Why" is a total hit among viewers. However, some experts have raised eyebrows on the portrayal of teenage suicide. The Selena Gomez-produced series is now being put on the spotlight by critics.
Suicide prevention expert Dan Reidenberg explained to ABC that the Netflix show may encourage youth to "over-identify with Hannah." Selena Gomez has yet to comment on the recent backlash that her series is receiving from critics.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.