Selena Gomez Says She Has Been Binge-Watching Series Based on Singer She Was Named After

Selena Gomez recently revealed that she has lately been binge-watching "Selena: The Series" on Netflix, noting that she was named after the singer that the drama show is based.

Selena Gomez has found a show that she resonates with and is telling the world about it. On Monday, the singer took to her Instagram story to chat with her beloved fans.

Dressed in a gorgeous yellow crochet top and accessorizing with small golden hoops and a cute statement necklace, Gomez began the chat by letting her fans know that she was on set at the moment.

Selena Gomez at the premiere of Disney's "Frozen 2" at Dolby Theatre on November 07, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

Selena Gomez at the premiere of Disney's "Frozen 2" at Dolby Theatre on November 07, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

She then revealed that she currently binge-watches the show "Selena: The Series." Speaking about how much she enjoys the drama series, the "Lose You to Love Me" crooner said:

"It's so good. I just...she's such an inspiration; I was named after her. It's unbelievable. I would suggest that."

At the end of the conversation, Gomez name-dropped another Netflix show that she loves, "The Queen's Gambit," before telling her fans that she misses them and signed off.

Gomez's confession about the series comes days after she was the keynote speaker at the virtual Teen Vogue summit.

A screenshot of Selena Gomez's post on her instagram story | Photo: instagram.com/selenagomez/

A screenshot of Selena Gomez's post on her instagram story | Photo: instagram.com/selenagomez/

"Selena: The Series" is based on the story of Mexican-American pop icon Selena Quintanilla who rose to fame in the late '80s. Unfortunately, Quintanilla was killed by the president of her fan club, Yolanda Saldívar, in 1995.

After her gruesome death, her posthumous single, "Dreaming Of You" ranked No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100. The biographical drama features "Twilight" star Christian Serratos, portraying the late Tejano singer.

Meanwhile, Gomez has been busy filming the upcoming sitcom, "Only Murders in the Building," alongside Martin Short and Steve Martin. She is also an executive producer on the Hulu comedy series.

Gomez's confession about the series comes days after she was the keynote speaker at the virtual Teen Vogue summit. In the event, she addressed the #BlackLivesMovement and the elections.

Speaking about how Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris' victory rested on the shoulders of women like Stacey Abrams, who focused on lifting each other, Gomez noted that she wants to see more men publicly supporting women's ambitions.

She also tried to debunk the stigma around therapy regarding mental health. The former Disney child star encouraged her listeners never to shy away from speaking openly about mental health as it makes the journey less scary.

As regards her love life, the singer has been recently linked to NBA player Jimmy Butler. While neither party has publicly confirmed or denied the speculations, a source close to Gomez revealed that isn't in a committed relationship.

The insider also disclosed that the "Lose You To Love Me" crooner has no intentions of getting into a serious relationship and noted that the singer was simply hanging out with Butler while focusing on her happiness.

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