Selena Gomez Teases Fans With 'Who Says' Cover and Lyric Art
It looks like Selena Gomez is learning a thing or two from her Internet-savvy BF Justin Bieber. After unveiling an 8-second clip of her new song, 'Who Says,' last week, the 18-year-old singer has tweeted the cover art to her new single, as well as "lyric art" images that are driving fans crazy.
"I am so excited to share with you the cover for my single #whosays," Selena wrote on Friday. "I can't wait for you to see hear it!"
We can't wait either. Thankfully, the song will premiere on Ryan Seacrest's radio show tomorrow (two days earlier than expected), and the video will air on the Disney Channel on March 11. In the meantime, Selena has decided to drum up excitement for the release with lyric art.
"I wanted to share with you lyrics from Who Says in an artful way over the next few days," she tweeted with a TwitVid attachment. "Here's the first one."
The first image says, "You've got every right to a beautiful life." The words are posted as if on a billboard that's atop a city building. The second image has the lyric "I wouldn't want to be anyone else" on it, set up on a theater marquis.
On Monday, Selena posted the third piece of lyric art, which says, "You're the only one that's hurting," painted on the side of a building. To date, there have only been three images, but we expect to see more.
Check out all the lyrics to the song below, and get ready for the release of 'Who Says' tomorrow. What do you think of Selena's single cover and lyric art? Is the idea cool or corny?