-I’m freaking out,
as well as you are, but, dude,
that was the best scene ever. No one saw it ’cause —
I wish I had a camera. -Mm.
-Look at you. -Yeah, that was really fun.
[ Laughter ] -You’re so mad at me. -I’m, like, throwing up
in my dressing room. I’m never doing anything
with you again. -I just walked in to
your dressing room and say, “Are you okay?” And you turned around,
and there was a — -Like, full saliva
was coming down my throat. -I don’t know what, but —
Was it milk? You had a carton of —
-Yeah, I had a carton of milk. I had bread. I had rice.
-And you said, “Get out!” -Because you kept talking
and you thought you were going to make
it better, and I was like, “Just stop. Go. Just go.” -Dude, I was burning up, too. I didn’t think —
I was like, “Dude –” Again, I think
we learned our lesson from the Buffalo sauce today,
but these were all real deal. You’re a trouper
and you intimidated me, because you were just like,
“Oh, this is fine. I’m just throwing them down.” I go, “Now I’m just –” I’m, like, licking my wings and trying to,
like, really go for it. But this was, like, nuts.
-Why are we putting them out? -Well, because I want to
know exactly where you freaked out. Was it Da’ Bomb? -I did —
Yeah, the third one, right? Or no. That was — -The Scorpion started
to hurt a little bit. -No, that’s the second one.
-That was the one — -It doesn’t matter. They’re hot.
-But, dude, it’s insane. And I was just — Anyway,
thank you for doing that. -But I am going to
try those later. -You are?
-In a different way, though. -Really?
-Yeah. -You just — You’re fine
with the spicy. But, I mean,
your mascara was running. Thank you for doing that.
You’re always so fun. -Yeah. Thanks.
-We love you so much. Selena Gomez —
come on, give it up. [ Cheers and applause ] I didn’t want to get into
the story again with you, because I’ve known you
for so long and I love you. Let’s get into the interview.
Tell me about yourself. [ Laughter ] Are you working on a new album?
-I’m actually done. -You did it?
-Yeah. [ Cheers and applause ] -I have to do, like, a
few finishing things with it, but I’m just relieved. It took me four years now
to even feel at a good place with this album,
and it’s just because I had such huge moments that
happened in my life, personally, that how was I
going to capture that and how was I
gonna actually feel good about what I was saying? So I just — I kept going,
and I’m relieved now. -Wow. Is there —
[ Cheers and applause ] Is there a genre that you’re leaning more towards,
in this album, of music? -Well, I think there’s
always going to be a sense of strong pop in my music, but I
definitely explored more with electric guitar, a lot of more soulful tracks
underneath things. acoustic guitar. It all kind of hits different
places that I feel like is my lane for music. It’s just live in
that world and mellow. -You can do it all. I mean, you really nail
every one. But when you perform live —
I’ve seen you perform live so many times —
do you like doing the kind of ballady, serious
songs or talking to your fans or do you like
the pop, dancing songs? -Yeah, I’d say the more
emotional connection for me, for sure. I love everything that I get to
do and be a part of, but, specifically, something
that connects the with people on an emotional level
is my favorite. -The thing you did with
Julia Michaels I just personally loved —
“Anxiety.” -Thank you.
-That was so great. I loved it so much. I was like — I just —
I loved your voice. But I was listening —
I love hers. And I was like,
“What a good combo.” -Yeah. Well, she’s actually been
my writing partner for over four years. -Really? -She and I had our first, like,
big number-one together — “Good For You.” -Oh, that’s right.
-Yeah. -It was just such
a perfect combo and I just love
that song so much. I was like, “I just want
more and more of you.” And I was like,
“When’s Selena coming on?” Please, whenever you want,
and we won’t do — I swear, no more “Hot Ones.” -Yeah, okay. -I swear I won’t do that
to you ever again. But we’ve had
some fun adventures. -Yeah.