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Selena Gomez hits back at Lorde

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Pop star Selena Gomez has hit back at comments made by Lorde after she branded the singer's music anti-feminist.

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine the Royals hitmaker, a self-confessed feminist, revealed she was made "sick" by the way Gomez portrays women in her track "Come & Get It."

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The former child star has now responded to the remarks during an interview on radio station Hot 99.5, in which she questions Lorde's take on feminism.

She says, "I appreciate everybody's opinion, especially because I've covered Lorde's music lots of times. I think she is super talented and I think it's awesome ... But in my opinion it's not feminism if you're tearing down another artist."

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Oct 25, 2013 11:15AM
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Ironically, this may be the smartest comment Selena Gomez will ever speak. I am not sure she realizes it nor will many others. Lorde is wrong. It is a shame she does not see it.
Oct 17, 2013 10:01AM
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A feminist sitting like man on the couch
Oct 17, 2013 10:00AM
Oct 17, 2013 9:57AM
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and the self-marketing drama begins..since she cant do it with looks. 
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