Selena Gomez echoes comments she made about her previous career with Disney, in an interview with Steve Martin and Martin Short while promoting her new Hulu series ‘Killing Those Who Are In The House.’
Selena Gomez, 29, expresses appreciation for his old experience with Disney in new questions. The program of artist and singer he said he signed “his life” on the network while working as a The magic of Waverly Place when I was a teenager, on the media coverage of the Opposition Television Association earlier this month, but now is removing the comment. In a recent interview with Steve Martin and Martin Short announcing their new Hulu series, The only murder in this House, confirmed that the statement was a joke and insisted that he would not “boast” in his small work, according to Radio Time.
Asked if she didn’t want to go back to the radio show, Selena said, “No, it’s not. I want another show to do. By the way, I’m not proud of the work I did with Disney again. It’s like my appearance.”
Steve took another moment to help Selena and confirmed what she had said about Disney was a joke. “I have to jump because I was where Selena said this [at the TCA] and it was said lightly, humorously, with a sense of humor, ”he said.
He added, “And I see that he was interpreted – sometimes he could say he was laughing and sometimes he had it as a horrible title – but it was all fun. I signed my life Marty Short, do you think I like it?”
Selena went on to say that she loves her Disney career by talking about her “luck”. “I have to say, I’m lucky,” he said. “As a woman at my job, I am cared for and I have had wonderful experiences, so I am grateful for this.”
Selena’s humorous comments at TCA led her to admit that she “doesn’t know” what she’s doing during her time at Disney. “I signed my life at Disney when I was very young, so I didn’t know what I was doing,” he said at the ceremony. “I was a kid who didn’t know what I was doing, I was just running around, and now I’m just like a sponge and I’ve got all the wisdom I can.”