Selena Gomez might just be releasing a Spanish-language project in the near future.
Back in December, the pop titan, 28, told Billboard that she had "a whole little vessel of good things coming," with the outlet noting that "could include a Spanish-language project." Fast forward to January and Selenators have noticed murals in Mexico with her name and the titles: "De Una Vez" and "Baila Congo." Meanwhile, a separate mural actually depicts a photo of the star. The biggest indication that Gomez could be behind the paintings is her liking an Instagram post, as well as others, of the artwork.
Speculation for new music from Gomez comes after the one-year anniversary of her comeback album, Rare, which dropped on January 10, 2020, and spawned the No. 1 single, "Lose You to Love Me." To celebrate the milestone, Gomez took to her Instagram Story to give many thanks for the success that the project received. "Can't believe it's been a year since Rare was released. So much has happened but wanted to let you know I love you guys," she captioned a photo of her posing alongside several fans.
Aside from commemorating the Rare's anniversary, Gomez also recently teased the second season of her HBO Max cooking show, Selena + Chef, with a new trailer Monday and it happens to feature her grandfather. "As you all know by now, I'm not the best cook," she says in a voiceover. "But I'm not going to stop trying to get better. So I'm back in my kitchen to get schooled by the best chefs." The series returns to HBO Max on January 21.
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