Ever since Selena Gomez dropped the album cover picture of Revival, fans have been freaking out seeing the boldest look of their Disney star.
Ditching her cute and bubbly image, Selena Gomez is seen as a bold and fierce not to forget, almost bare on the album's cover.
The black and white pic shows Selena covering her bare bosom with the help of her hands and sitting with criss-cross legs giving an illusion of an almost naked self.
The 23-year-old singer has now come out open as to what made her take this step and opt for something too sexy and revealing.
Image Courtesy of Selena Gomez on Twitter
It is the fat shamers who inspired her to flaunt her curves and show what she actually looks like. She admitted that she was "getting a lot of hate" for her body and "channeled that" into her new music which is making her feel better.
"I was getting a lot of hate for my body and ‘you're gaining weight,' and so I was in Mexico and I was just feeling all of this stuff and I would be lying to you if I said it didn't kind of hurt my feelings, but I kind of channeled that into my music," Selena told Extra.
We wonder if it is related to her bikini stills during her trip to Mexico in April, 2015 which made her curves a topic of discussion on social media.
"I felt like everybody was saying so much and I'm like, ‘I need to say something...' [The songs I wrote] on the record are ‘Survivors,' ‘Kill 'em with Kindness,' and ‘Rise.' It's, it's all geared towards me trying to be heard, and I think this is the best thing that I've ever done in my whole career and I'm so excited," the 'Good For You' singer said in her interview.