Selena Gomez
Recording artist Selena Gomez arrives at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California, August 30, 2015. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

Selena Gomez is currently focusing on her career, and says finding someone to love is not her priority at the moment. Gomez has appeared in an interview with Elle magazine and called it as one of her “absolute favorite interviews.”

“Here's the first look of my new @elleusa cover!! One of my absolute favorite interviews. Elle you always do me justice. Love you!” Gomez wrote on Instagram, along with a picture of the Elle U.S. magazine cover. In the accompanying interview, Gomez also talks about the pressure to “look perfect” all the time.

Though the full interview will not be out before Sept. 22, the magazine has released snippets from talks with the pop starlet. "Finding somebody is not my main focus," Gomez told Elle, when quizzed about her love life. The new information reveals that she has parted ways with a lot of people from her past to start her life fresh.

She has not only removed her mom from her manager's post but also bid good bye to Dream Out Loud, the eco-friendly clothing line she designed for Kmart, which also helped her pocket $1 million annually. Gomez has also inked a new deal with Interscope Records and bid adieu to her old label.

The former Disney star told Elle that she wanted to be "a little uncomfortable” in her life hence she parted ways with everything old in her life, within a year. “I wanted to be my own person. I wanted to test myself. I wanted to see if I could really do it," Gomez said.

Gomez might have started a new life of her own but she is often linked to her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber because of the lyrics of his songs. When Bieber appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Tuesday, he set the record straight about his song “What Do You Mean?'s” lyrics. “I wrote the song for women in general,” Bieber told DeGeneres.

“I just never know what women are thinking ’cause they say one thing and they mean another thing and then they’re like ‘do this’ and ‘don’t do this’ and then I’m like, ‘what do you mean?'” he added.