This is big news for fans, especially since she and her band, The Scene, have been on hiatus since last February. Gomez initiated the band break so she could focus on the acting side of her career, which included more grown up roles in movies like “Spring Breakers” and “Getaway.”
Selena Gomez and the Scene’s previous albums “Kiss & Tell,” “A Year Without Rain,” and “When the Sun Goes Down” were all huge hits, and for the band’s upcoming album the singer told MTV that fans can expect somewhat of a tell-all.
"This album is going to be the first one that I'm actually going to spend as long as I want… so I'm going to have my freedom with it. It'll be, like, my tell-all, in a way … I'm going to be able to talk about things that I've never really talked about before, just because the last records have been really rushed."
She also dished that her some of her new music is inspired by pal Taylor Swift as well as electronic musician Skrillex.
Last month she told MTV, "Skrillex was a big inspiration because he did the score of 'Spring Breakers,' so being a part of that and meeting him … you kinda get hooked on it. So I was like, 'I should kind of add a little bit of that in there.'"
She also said, "Taylor inspires me — not even in music, just in everything that she does.”
In addition to her new music, Selena Gomez will star in a special new episode of her Disney show. She’s set to reprise her role as Alex Russo in a one-hour Disney TV special, “The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex.”
In the Philadelphia area, “The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex” will air on the Disney Channel on March 13 at 8:00 p.m.