In August, Mexican singer Selena Gomez told us she really wants to learn Spanish. "I really want to get Rosetta Stone, because I really need to learn my language," Gomez declared.
Well, Selena must've invested in Rosetta Stone because the 18-year-old singer just released a Spanish version of her hit single, "A Year Without Rain."
Selena's Spanish isn't perfect on the song, but she has never claimed to be fluent in Spanish. In fact, the Disney star told us that she always gets nervous when she's asked to speak the language.
"I practice it, but I can understand it better than I can speak it,” explained Selena. “So in a lot of my interviews that I did recently, they would speak to me in Spanish and I would answer back in English. They were like, 'You pick it up so easily,' but I don’t want to say it in Spanish because I’d be embarrassed if I mess something up."
We give Selena an A+ for effort!
Listen to "A Year Without Rain," in both Spanish and English below and tell us: