Former Disney good girl Selena Gomez still lives at home with her folks, but the actress and singer told Hollywood confessor Ryan Seacrest that it's time she moves out of her parents' home.
Gomez, 20, made the revelations in the upcoming E! Network special "Ryan Seacrest with Selena Gomez." Seacrest posted a snippet of his interview with Gomez, which will be aired July 21, on his website on Tuesday
Gomez, who appeared on her first Disney show at the age of 10, told Seacrest it's probably time to start a new chapter of her life, even though she still enjoys being home and having the immediate support of her family.
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"'Yeah, you know I think it's time," said Gomez. "I didn't ever wanna be forceful to saying, 'OK, I've made enough to get my own house and OK, let's blow it off and do whatever.' I just love being with my family and I love knowing that they're there. But yeah, I think it's probably time for me to get my own house.''
Gomez's mother Mandy Cornett gave birth last month to her second child, Gracie, with Gomez's stepfather Brian Teefey, ContactMusic.com reported
When asked if she had a 10-year plan, Gomez suggested her plan may be shorter, suggesting that she understands how fleeting Hollywood fame can be.
"I have goals personally and professionally," Gomez said in the interview. "But what's here today can be gone tomorrow, so you may not see me in five years."
Gomez said in the interview while she plans to continue working as long as she can, she admitted that she plans on slowing down when it's time to have a family. When she was asked if she wanted a big or small family, she pointed to her heritage.
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"I mean, I'm Latin, so...," Gomez said with a laugh in the interview. "I don't know, obviously when that time comes I'll decide, but of course I like having a big family.''
Gomez, who has dated singers Nick Jonas and Justin Bieber, appeared in Disney shows "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody" and "Hannah Montana" with Miley Cyrus before landing her own series, "The Wizards of Waverly Place," from 2007 to 2012, according to TVGuide.com.
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