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Selena Gomez hits the road in 2016! It all starts in Las Vegas on May 6, and from there Gomez will be crisscrossing the country, playing 40-plus shows. Click here for Selena Gomez Summerfest Tickets.

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Selena Gomez got her start like many other pop stars, by working for Disney as an actress. She played the role of Alex on Wizards of Waverly Place. She signed her first recording contract at the wise old age of sixteen, releasing three albums in short succession. Although it's listed that her band was called "Selena Gomez and the Scene", it took no fewer than twenty three musicians to make the album, (The Scene must have a huge tour van!) along with eight producers, eight engineers, seven mixers, three programmers, two more vocal producers, and so many more that it's best to stop right here. The result was a disk titled "Kiss and Tell" and it hit the top ten. It's forty two minutes of fun and adventure. The album went "Platinum" in the United States, and "Silver" in Canada. Gomez has shared writing credit on one song, sadly it was not one of her hits. The "hit song" song is titled Falling Down, and it went on to sell over two million copies.

Some have called the album a bit of a disappointment musically, (strange, since so many people were called to make this teen age television actress a musical star,) but the Disney company wasn't going to let that stop them from promoting it to the fullest. They put their massive corporate weight and power behind a 2009 tour, and both the album and tour were profitable. Her second and third albums were also created under the guidance of dozens of producers, engineers, vocalists, musicians, and song writers. Their hard work paid off, with album number two, titled A Year Without Rain doing better than her first album. Sadly, Gomez did not have a hand in creating any of the music or lyrics. That job was left to actual writers and musicians.