Selena Gomez Debuts Emotional New Song For ‘13 Reasons Why’

March 29th, 2017 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized

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Selena Gomez is a co-producer on the new Netflix original drama series “13 Reasons Why.” While she will not be acting in the show, she will be a part of the show’s soundtrack.

On Wednesday, Gomez tweeted a teaser video which features a cover of the ‘80s hit “Only You.” 

Gomez says the song choice is inspired by the relationship between two characters on the show, Hannah and Clay. 

“13 Reasons Why” revolves around 13 tapes left behind a student who died by suicide, each targeted at a different classmate who contributed to her decision to end her life. While this dark tale sounds like a departure from Gomez’s previous projects, it turns out her personal experiences with bullying are what inspired her to take on this new show.

Subscribe here to read our exclusive interview with “13 Reasons Why” star Justin Prentice to learn even more about the series and what it’s like to work with Gomez. 

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