It's been months since Selena Gomez recorded her hit song, A Year Without Rain in español, and now the 18-year-old singer has announced (via her Twitter page) that she's working on a Spanish-language album. "Can't wait for ya'll to hear the Spanish record :-) it's sounding so cool," tweeted Gomez.
Gomez also tweets, "Dime, dime, dime, no hay imposibles," which translates into, "Tell me, tell me, tell me, nothing is impossible." Could these be lyrics from one of her Spanish songs on the LP? Only time will tell.
But we do hope that Selena has had time to brush up on her español. In August, the Mexican singer told us she was working on improving her Spanish. "I really want to get Rosetta Stone, because I really need to learn my language," Gomez declared at the time.
"I practice, but I can understand it better than I can speak it. 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," she said.
Are you excited about Selena's all-Spanish album?