TWIST caught up with Selena Gomez at her UNICEF concert this weekend, where she shared with us about what helps her get through hard times. She told us, "How UNICEF's helped everybody else is what's helped me. It's made me more thankful to do things like this instead of other things that are more vain or selfish." She also chatted with us about her new Wizards of Waverly Place movie: "It's the best episode I've ever done. It was so much fun. I worked so much. I'm so happy with it!" She didn't go into details about her recently confirmed breakup with Justin Bieber during our interview, but hinted at it in her performance. After singing breakup songs like her BFF Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" and her own "Bang, Bang, Bang," Selena revealed, "I've been through a lot the past couple months. It's been sad but cool. This song has helped me a lot. This song definitely speaks to me," and performed Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me a River," which her ex Justin Bieber covered when they broke up in November! Check out our exclusive convo, Selena and Justin's covers and more below!
Noah Guthrie opened for Selena's UNICEF concert for the second time!
Bridgit Mendler sang hits from her album Hello My Name Is, including "5:15."
Selena's cover of "Cry Me a River"
Justin's cover of "Cry Me a River"
What helps you get through hard times? To find out who Selena's turning to, pick up the February issue of TWIST, on stands now! Be sure to Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
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