"Oh, I think everybody does, no matter who they are," the singer says of questioning her sexuality

By Nick Maslow
Updated October 15, 2015 06:15 PM
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Remember how Selena Gomez and Cara Delevingne took on the French Riviera together in 2014?

Even though the duo are nothing more than pals, Gomez got a kick out of the resulting romance speculation.

“Honestly, I loved it,” the singer, 23, said in a new interview with PrideSource. “I didn’t mind it, especially because they weren’t talking about other people in my life for once, which was wonderful.”

While she was on the subject, Gomez praised Delevingne, 23, a fellow member of Taylor Swift‘s squad.

“Honestly, though, she’s incredible and very open and she just makes me open,” Gomez said of Delevingne. “She’s so fun and she’s just extremely adventurous, and sometimes I just want that in my life, so I didn’t mind it. I loved it.”

The “Good for You” singer, who has been linked to some of Hollywood’s most popular guys over the years including Justin Bieber, Nick Jonas and Taylor Lautner, also opened up about questioning her sexuality.

“Oh, I think everybody does, no matter who they are,” she explained. “I do, yeah, of course. Absolutely. I think it’s healthy to gain a perspective on who you are deep down, question yourself and challenge yourself; it’s important to do that.”

The former Disney star’s approach to sexuality stems from how she was raised.

“You have to understand: my mother is absolutely fantastic and she worked at a modeling agency when I was a very young girl, so every Sunday I would have brunch with her and all of her gays, and I just remember a lot of mimosas,” she told the website. “It was the best. So, I’ve been around it my whole life and, you know, I love it. I have to tell you: on my 16th birthday, my mom had a bunch of drag queens come out and they sang ‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)’ and it was sooo funny.”

It’s just the latest in a string of interviews the star has given while promoting her new album Revival, out now. After opening up to Refinery 29 about the friends who matter the most, Gomez let loose with Jimmy Fallon in a funny game on The Tonight Show.