Selena Gomez poses for a photo with a fan while visiting a high school as part of an event with The Coach Foundation & Coach‘s national charity partner Step Up on Thursday (March 24) in Los Angeles.
The 24-year-old entertainer, who is the new face of Coach, was there to inspire and mentor teen girls to dream big. Step Up’s goal is to empower young women from under-resourced communities.
“@instagram is celebrating world kindness day and I got to spend it with people who fully will change our world one day. @coach introduced me to @stepupwomensnetwork which is an after school organization that encourages girls to believe that they have the capability to do anything they set their mind to. It’s crazy to me how much they are willing put others before themselves. #🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 #CoachXStepUP #DreamBig,” Selena wrote on Instagram.
FYI: Selena is wearing two Coach jackets.
John Legend has released a brand new song titled “In America,” and you can hear it right now!
The track was made in support of the 38-year-old singer’s WGN acclaimed TV series Underground, where he serves as executive producer for the show.
“‘In America’ was born around the same time I was working on my most recent album Darkness and Light,” John said in a statement. “It’s a song I was writing while thinking about the duality of America, where it’s known to be this place of freedom, equality and where anyone can make it. The song points out the tension between the promise of America, the ideals of America, and sometimes us not living up to those ideals in practice. ‘In America’ was perfect song for Underground, a series I’m incredibly proud to be a part of, and one that does a beautiful job of portraying a challenging time in our nation’s history while reminding us that change is possible.”
“In America” is also available on iTunes!
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Future is opening up even more about his split from ex-fiance Ciara in the latest issue of Billboard magazine!
Here’s what the 33-year-old rapper had to share with the mag:
On dealing with his past relationship with Ciara: “I feel like everything happened for a reason. I’m happy with life now. I’m happy with life, period, even with the end of a relationship being… I’m just not going to settle for anything, you know? Even in my life now, I know I can be a better person. I ain’t giving up on myself, so if you give up on me, I ain’t got nothing else to say for you. Because if you give up on something that’s real, it wasn’t real to you.”
On his problems with The Grammy Awards: “The Grammys, they get what they get — the shit that they don’t, it’s the shit that they maybe don’t want to understand. They’re not going to keep me from doing what I’m supposed to do as an artist.”
On Donald Trump: “I ain’t even rocking with that shit, you dig what I’m saying? I don’t even want that name in my interview.”
For more from Future, visit Billboard.com!