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Jasmine V Talks About Possible Selena Gomez Duet?
Jasmine Villegas was caught up with at a recent event and of course, she was asked about her rumored rival Selena Gomez. Since Jasmine has worked with Justin Bieber before, was a rumored girlfriend of his and is now no longer tied to him by any connection. The reporter could not help but try to stir the pot and ask her about working with the current girlfriend of Bieber’s. Jasmine handled it well and if you are curious as to what she had to say, you will have to watch the video down below.
I do feel bad for Jasmine. You can tell it is a sore topic with her and that isn’t fair for her or her fans. In addition, with being on the spot she has to still be polite and poised if you want to avoid drama. She really did act very professional on more than one level, which could not be easy when the media tries to set you up. However, she did a great job and I have no doubt that she would be able to work with Selena with if it was needed. Jasmine seems like a very professional singer who can hold herself well, even when facing the not best scenarios.
Do you think that they should have avoided that question? I wonder where her team was to help field the questions ahead of time? I doubt if they were aware they would have allowed a question like this to be asked. It just was not a poised kind of thing to ask when you know chances are that it will be a heated subject. So my heart goes out to both Jasmine and Selena, since they want to put the two against each other. It is a pretty sick way to be, but what can they do about it? Nothing, so she did the best that she could and it worked out.
article source-Disney InfoNet