From tv and movies, to music and a clothing line, it seems the young starlet is taking the world by storm, and knows she couldn't possibly do it without one thing, her fans.
She recorded her latest single 'Who Says' for them, explaining "I just thought they needed it, because of bullying, I hope it inspires them to be who they are."
During her chat with Teen Vogue, nothing is directly said about boyfriend and pop sensation, Justin Bieber, but she does reveal a little about heartbreak and her current thoughts on love.
"But at this moment in my life, I'm at a point where I want to be in love, to give my all and fall head over heels."
On leaving behind her Disney show and her future career plans: "I'm in a very crucial spot, it's like starting over. I was trying to explain it to one of my friends, and he said 'You'll be fine. People believe in you.' But when they're putting together a movie with Leonardo DiCaprio, I don't think they're going to go 'Selena Gomez would be great for this!' I'm not an option. It's humbling, having to go from this Disney high back down to having to fight for roles."
On the press, her fans and the paparazzi: "A lot of times the paparazzi will try to use them. They'll say 'Your fans want this.' And it's frustrating because my fans are amazing: They love me, they support me. And I do everything for them. But the press? They don't care about me. They just want something on me that they can use. They just want to get that shot."
On love and heartbreak: "When your heart is broken you want to hate everything. You want to say, 'I don't believe in love; this is ridiculous. It's not supposed to hurt this much.' But at this moment in my life, I'm at a point where I want to be in love, to give my all and fall head over heels. I'm eighteen. I'm not going to marry anybody I'm with and I know that. The next heartbreak I have, I'm sure I'll be like, How can I live without this person? But I'm still trying to dive in and enjoy it."