"I would say, like, [on] a premiere day, I would be a good nine," she said. "And then, on my every day, I feel like a six. Gosh, that sounds so bad. I feel like a six or a seven."
The last time Gomez was on the radio show she confessed that she had a celebrity crush on Drake but quipped that her butt wasn't big enough for him. In her new chat with the hosts, Gomez was asked to address rumors that the 28-year-old rapper has a line about her butt in YG's song, "Who Do You Love."
"I'mma crush that a** even if it ain't too big," Drake raps.
Gomez says she never hung out with the hip-hop artist and has no idea if that lyric is about her. "I don't think that's about me," she said, adding jokingly, "How funny would it be if I just ask him? 'Hey, that butt line, is it about me?'"
The pop star -- who turns 23 on Wednesday -- also revealed that she'd like a part on Inside Amy Schumer after seeing the comedian's hit movie Trainwreck.
"I am trying to finagle my way onto her show, so, maybe that's how I'll find a way to work with her and be around her," Gomez gushed. "I'm a huge fan. I think she's amazing."
Amid a rambling, off-the-rails phone interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News, former President Donald Trump finally admitted a critical fact: “We didn’t win.” It was the first time since the presidential election more than seven months ago that Trump has conceded to his successor, President Joe Biden. Biden also won the Electoral College 306-232.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell got testy when “Daily Show” correspondent Jordan Klepper confronted him about his election conspiracy theories at his recent “free speech” rally. “This is the crime of the century you’re describing and they came to the MyPillow guy,” Klepper said to his face in disbelief, setting the stage for an increasingly tense exchange between the two. Lindell repeated his claim that former President Donald Trump would somehow be back in office in August.
The Portland Police Bureau announced Thursday that its entire Rapid Response Team left their voluntary positions on squad Wednesday after a fellow officer was indicted on an assault charge for allegedly using "excessive" and "unlawful" force during a protest last August.Driving the news: Tuesday's indictment of officer Corey Budworth is the first time a Portland police officer has faced prosecution for striking or firing at someone during a protest, according to The Oregonian.Get market news wor
The two went at it over Biden’s snapping at CNN’s Kaitlan Collins after the journalist asked him Wednesday why he was confident that Russian President Vladimir Putin would improve his behavior. McCain called Biden’s treatment of Collins “100% Trumpy,” noting: “Just because Trump was so bad, it doesn’t absolve Biden’s bad behavior.” Goldberg pointed out that the president later apologized.