Selena Gomez Pleads the Fifth on 'Bad Blood', Weighs In on Miley Cyrus' 'Interpretation of Art'

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Selena Gomez is getting candid...about some things.
The singer stopped by Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live on Sunday and weighed in on her former Disney Channel pal Miley Cyrus when a caller asked for her take on the performer's "eccentric ways and frequent nudity."
"I'm not giving you a politically correct answer," Gomez said. "I think everybody has their own right to do what they want, and if that’s their interpretation of art, then that’s their interpretation of art."
But the 23-year-old kept mum when asked about her pal Taylor Swift’s song "Bad Blood" and those nagging Katy Perry rumors, opting to "plead the fifth." (Gomez plays the antagonist in the music video.)
She also didn’t elaborate further on her duet with ex Justin Bieber, which leaked online Monday and was recorded for fun, with no intention of it being released, a source tells ET. The pair -- who broke up in 2012 after nearly two years together -- actually recorded the song three years ago and it is reportedly "not appearing on anyone's album."
Neither singer has publicly addressed the release of the song, which is thought to be titled "Strong," though Bieber told Ryan Seacrest on his radio show earlier this year that a lot of his new music is inspired by his relationship with Gomez.
"I think a lot of my inspiration comes from [Selena]," he said. "It was a long relationship that created heartbreak and created happiness and a lot of different emotions that I wanted to write about. There's a lot of that on this album."