Selena Gomez Says She's 'Proud' of Her 'Really, Really Powerful' 2019

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Selena Gomez is reflecting on the past year and basking in the glow.

The singer recently spoke withInStyle, where she dished on both her plans for the future, and looked back over the events of 2019, which seemed to be nothing short of transformative.

"I think every time the holidays come up, there's some part of you where you kind of sit and reflect on the year," she shared. "This year was really, really powerful for me. I can say that I'm so proud of how hard I worked."

Gomez added that, for the holidays, she's "excited to just sit back with my family, and enjoy, and turn off everything."

"I always just think about what happened, and where I want to go in life, and hope for the best," she added of her usual holiday plans.

She has certainly made the most of the year just in these past months, when she's dropped back-to-back hit tunes with "Lose You To Love Me" and "Look At Her Now" which she dropped in October.

She also recently performed the songs to kick off the 2019 American Music Awards on Sunday, marking her first live TV performance in two years. All of which is leading up to Gomez's upcoming album, SG2, which is set to drop on Jan. 10, 2020.

Speaking about her new album, Gomez teased, "I can say this, and it might not sound right, but I've tried my hardest to make this the best album I've ever done. And I feel like I lived up to the expectations."

"Hopefully that doesn't come back to bite me in the ass," she added.

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