Selena Gomez confesses to Teen Vogue about marriage and fans

One thing is for sure, Selena Gomez won’t be walking down the aisle with Justin Bieber too soon.

This confidence was made by the Disney star during an interview with the magazine Teen Vogue, for which she gave a long interview.

Selena Gomez, 18, whose series “Wizards of Waverly Hills” will wrap up at the end of the year, feels too young to think of marriage.

“When your heart is broken you want to hate everything,” Selena, who recently shared a public kiss with the Biebs, tells the mag. “You want to say, ‘I don’t believe in love; this is ridiculous. It’s not supposed to hurt this much.’ But at this moment in my life, I’m at a point where I want to be in love, to give my all and fall head over heels. I’m eighteen. I’m not going to marry anybody I’m with, and I know that. The next heartbreak I have, I’m sure I’ll be like, ‘How can I live without this person?’ But I’m still trying to dive in and enjoy it.”

In the interview, the 18-year-old star also talks about her fans’ support. Selena, whose new single “Who Says” is an anthem for her admirers, confesses that she dislikes paparazzi that try to take advantage of this special relationship she has with them.

“The paparazzi will try to use them,” she says. “They’ll say, ‘Your fans want this.’ And it’s frustrating because my fans are amazing: They love me, they support me. And I do everything for them. But the press? They don’t care about me. They just want something on me that they can use. They just want to get that shot.”

In addition, the teen star also expresses concern over her future in Hollywood once her Disney fairy-tale career is over.

“It’s like starting over,” she says. “I was trying to explain it to one of my friends, and he said, ‘You’ll be fine. People believe in you.’ But when they’re putting together a movie with Leonardo DiCaprio, I don’t think they’re going to go, ‘Selena Gomez would be great for this!’ I’m not an option. It’s humbling, having to go from this Disney high back down to having to fight for roles.”