Selena Gomez 'Nervous' About Dancing
EXCLUSIVE! Selena rehearses hard for new Stars Dance World Tour…
Selena Gomez has revealed that, despite all her years in the spotlight, she's nervous about heading out on her Stars Dance World Tour this week.
Speaking exclusively to MTV at her final dress rehearsal at Citizen's Bank Arena in Ontario, California, The Come & Get It singer said:
"I think the dancing is what I'm most nervous about because I'm such a perfectionist.
"And two of my best friends are actually on that stage with me that are dancers and have been dancing for years so I want to keep up with them and that's been something that's been challenging. It's great and I feel like I've been working out, which I feel I need to do more of!"
Selena has been rehearsing for eight hours a day, learning different styles of dance with choreographers Fatima Robinson and Charm, who have worked with several A-list artists including The Black Eyed Peas.
"I think the moves have really just grown with the way her music has grown," Robinson said. "We're just trying to keep up with the times and make her music, like with all artists, make them grow along with their music and she's definitely, definitely had growth with this album."
Charm and Robinson, who say that Whiplash and B.E.A.T are their favourite numbers in the show, can't take all the credit for moves that will be seen onstage, since Gomez made it a point on this tour to take some control.
"I think the main thing is she has definitely gotten out of the box on this tour and she's been more involved in what the content looks like, what the lighting looks like, what the music is going to sound like," Robinson said.
"You know she's picked covers, really great covers. When you come see the show you'll be very surprised to hear her sing some of the songs she's going to sing.
"Her voice is so amazing on some of these songs. Even I was in shock on how amazing this girl's voice is so it's going to be a great show and it's a lot of surprises in the show."
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