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The singer uses her ghost app to check for spirits in the studio

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October 15, 2015 11:45 AM

Here’s something you might not have known about Selena Gomez: She believes in ghosts.

So much so that she has an app on her phone that she uses to assess if there are any spirits at the various venues she visits on her tour.

“I believe in ghosts, so I have a ghost app,” the singer, 23, told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show on Wednesday. “I believe that spirits can tap into technology. Why not, right?”

“This is going to scare me,” said Fallon, 41, as Gomez turned on the app. “This is an old studio, it’s been around a long time.”

After the ghost-hunting app muttered something that sounded like the word “children,” a freaked-out Fallon asked his band to stop playing creepy music. “It said children in a weird voice, like a Knight Rider voice,” joked Fallon. “Is it David Hasselhoff?”

“Look I was in a venue and it actually said people in my life by name,” said Gomez, who was on the show promoting her new album, Revival.

After Fallon poked a little more fun, Gomez warned him, “You know what, you’re actually upsetting the spirits, they’re mad at you.”

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