In this Aug. 30, 2015 file photo, Selena Gomez arrives at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles.

In this Aug. 30, 2015 file photo, Selena Gomez arrives at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles.

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We've asked Selena Gomez a lot of questions over the years, often in short bursts. She's a big star (Instagram's biggest, as it turns out), so it's understandable that we haven't had a lot of time with her in the past. Even though she's local to Dallas-Fort Worth and we love her and we just want to be besties sowhywon'tyounoticeusSelena?


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Vogue recently got enough time with her to ask 73 questions for their video series appropriately titled 73 Questions. In the video, they take you into Gomez's home to get to know the pop star better through rapid fire questions. They asked her things like, "Who's an artist we'd be surprised that you listen to?" To which she answered, "Patsy Cline." (That's not too surprising, Selena. You're a Texan.) 

They also asked what her pseudonym would be if she released a song in secret. "Alenes Zomeg," she says, because Selena Gomez is a master of secrecy.

At one point, Gomez sings the Stanley Steemer jingle. Because why not?

You can watch the entire video below, but we also plucked out a selection of questions and answers that we thought were interesting.

What specific thing do you like most about Texas? "The people."

What's the most enjoyable activity when you're home in Texas? "Eating my nana's food." [Not Whataburger, Selena?]

How would you describe yourself in three words? "Loyal, kind, giving."

What's a pet peeve that you have? "People who are rude."

What makes you the angriest? "People who act entitled."

What's one fashion trend that you've tried that you regret the most? "Shoulder pads."

Who do you look up to most in life? "My mom."

Fictional character you'd love to spend the day with. "Mad Hatter." 

Fictional place you'd love to live in. "Wonderland."

What's the last movie that made you cry? "Hacksaw Ridge."

What was your favorite movie as a kid? "The Wizard of Oz."

What's your favorite song to blast in the car? "'That's What I Like' by Bruno Mars."

If your life was a song, what would the title be? "I'm Still Figuring it All Out."

Do you remember what your first concert was? "Britney Spears."

If you had to choose another career, what would you be doing? "I would be a chef."

What do you have left on your bucket list? "I'm gonna jump out of something."

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