Selena Gomez leaves the 'Late Show With David Letterman' at the Ed Sullivan Theater on Oct. 17 in New York.
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(USA Today) -- She dated a guy who regularly doffs his shirt, and she's nearly the same age as her former Disney colleague, a gal who swings naked from a wrecking ball.
But Selena Gomez stands outside the pantied-and-pantsed perimeter of her peers. And she's just fine with it.
That routinely revealed midriff notwithstanding, "every day I get told I'm not sexy enough or I'm not cool enough or if I did this or if I did that, I would have people who love me," the singer, 21, said onstage Saturday to a sold-out audience at the Mohegan Sun Arena, reports People. "Look at this room! I don't have to do any of that to have love!"
Gomez seems to know her market. She told fans that she knows they, and their parents, "trust" her to remain on the other side of risque, far from the antics of Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus.