“Selena Gomez Stuns in Pink at Music + Health Summit in LA and Reveals She’s Not Fussed About Instagram Followers”

During the Universal Music Group and Thrive Global’s first Music + Health Conference on Tuesday, Selena Gomez, two-time Grammy nominee, opened up about her fears of artificial intelligence. The 31-year-old pop star wore a stylish Barbie-pink wool Giuseppe Di Morabito pantsuit, which included a $1,100 ‘Single-Breasted Oversized’ jacket and $680 ‘Wide’ pants accompanied by $109 Betsey Johnson ‘Kimara Black Multi’ pumps and Tiffany & Co. jewelry chosen by stylist Erin Walsh. Gomez showed off a little cleavage with the brand’s $710 corset underneath the ensemble. Hairstylist Marissa Marino fastened Gomez’s raven faux-nytail, while makeup artist Melissa Murdick fully contoured her face for the event. The “Single Soon” songstress, who has over 649.5M social media followers, shared a car selfie on the way to the conference, but revealed that she never really cared about being the most followed celebrity online.

In the hot seat! Two-time Grammy nominee Selena Gomez confessed she's 'terrified' of artificial intelligence among other topics while speaking at the Universal Music Group and Thrive Global's first Music + Health Conference on Tuesday

Selena Gomez recently attended the Universal Music Group and Thrive Global’s first Music + Health Conference where she spoke about various topics, including her feelings towards artificial intelligence (AI). The two-time Grammy nominee expressed her fear of AI replacing human performers and writers. She believes that no computer can replace the uniqueness of a human being and their ability to express their story or message creatively. Selena also discussed the weight of responsibility that comes with her platform and how it keeps her in check. Despite the challenges, she is grateful for the opportunity to connect with young people and women going through difficult times. Currently, Selena is an executive producer and actor in the third season of Only Murders in the Building.

Pretty in pink! The 31-year-old 'Texican' pop star looked sophisticated wearing a Barbie-pink wool Giuseppe Di Morabito pantsuit as she joined Universal Music Group CEO Sir Lucian Grainge (M) and Thrive Global CEO Arianna Huffington (R) onstage the 1 Hotel West Hollywood

Looking absolutely stunning in pink, the Texan pop star who is 31 years old, was seen wearing a chic Barbie-pink wool Giuseppe Di Morabito pantsuit while appearing on stage at the 1 Hotel West Hollywood. She was accompanied by Sir Lucian Grainge, the CEO of Universal Music Group, and Arianna Huffington, the CEO of Thrive Global.

Well suited: Selena flaunted a hint of cleavage in the brand's $710 corset beneath the $1,100 'Single-Breasted Oversized' jacket, $680 'Wide' pants, $109 Betsey Johnson 'Kimara Black Multi' pumps, and Tiffany & Co. jewelry

She relies on stylist Erin Walsh

Selena showed off a peek of her décolletage in a corset worth $710 from the brand. She paired it with an oversized single-breasted jacket priced at $1,100, wide-legged pants costing $680, and Betsey Johnson’s Kimara Black Multi pumps at $109. Her jewelry from Tiffany & Co. was chosen by her stylist Erin Walsh.

Werrrk! Hairstylist Marissa Marino fastened Gomez's raven faux-nytail and make-up artist Melissa Murdick fully contoured her complexion for the event

Marissa Marino, the hairstylist, worked her magic by attaching a jet-black fake ponytail to Gomez’s hair while Melissa Murdick, the makeup artist, gave her a flawless, contoured look before the big event.

Babe: The Single Soon songstress - who boasts 649.5M social media followers - made sure to Instastory a car selfie on the way to the venue, but said she 'never really cared about' being the most followed celebrity online

The talented singer, Babe, known for her hit Single Soon, has an impressive 649.5M following on social media. She shared a car selfie on her way to the venue through Instastory but claimed that being the most followed celebrity online has never really mattered to her.

Selena shrugged: 'I suppose I'm grateful for the platform, and I would love to continue to use it for what I'm able to do, but numbers are just numbers'

Selena nonchalantly responded, stating that while she appreciates the opportunity her platform has given her, ultimately, the statistics and figures associated with it hold little value in comparison to the impact she hopes to make.

Future is now: As for the idea of AI replacing performers and writers, Gomez said she didn't think anyone in her field 'wants to feel like they need to lean on a computer in order to translate their story or what they're trying to say'

The future has arrived, and when asked about the possibility of AI taking over the roles of performers and writers, Gomez expressed her belief that people in her industry do not want to rely on computers to convey their stories or messages.

The Rare Beauty founder explained: 'It terrifies me, to be honest, the whole AI thing, but I don't think you could ever replace what a human being can write. Lil Wayne said it really well, and he was basically saying that there's no other human like who you are. And that's all it should be'

The creator of Rare Beauty shared her fear of artificial intelligence, stating that she does not believe it can replace the unique perspective and creativity of human writers. She referenced a quote by Lil Wayne, emphasizing the importance of embracing one’s individuality as irreplaceable.

Selena was referring to the 40-year-old Grammy-winning rapper telling Billboard last month: 'They were trying to tell me that AI could make a voice that sounds just like me. But it's not me, because I'm amazing. I'm like, is this AI thing going to be amazing too? Because I am naturally, organically amazing. I'm one of a kind. So actually, I would love to see that thing try to duplicate this motherf***er'

Selena commented on the recent statement made by the 40-year-old rapper who won a Grammy. The rapper had mentioned in an interview with Billboard that he was told AI could create a voice that is similar to his. However, the rapper didn’t agree with this as he believed that he was unique and amazing naturally. He questioned whether the AI technology could match up to his level of excellence. Selena found the rapper’s statement amusing and sarcastically stated that she would like to see AI try to duplicate him.

'Sitzprobe': Gomez currently executive produces and stars as true-crime podcaster Mabel Mora in Steve Martin (L) and John Hoffman's 10-episode third season of Only Murders in the Building, which airs Tuesdays on Hulu

Currently, Gomez is the executive producer and lead actress in the third season of Only Murders in the Building, a true-crime podcast-themed television show created by Steve Martin and John Hoffman. Her character, Mabel Mora, is a podcaster, and the show airs on Hulu every Tuesday. This season consists of ten episodes.

Congrats! And last week, the two-time Emmy-nominated producer and Nigerian singer-rapper Rema (L) won the trophy for Best Afrobeats for their duet Calm Down at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards

Congratulations are in order! Just last week, the talented Nigerian singer-rapper Rema (L) and a two-time Emmy-nominated producer took home the trophy for Best Afrobeats at the prestigious 2023 MTV Video Music Awards. The award was well-deserved for their amazing duet titled Calm Down.

According to reports, the star who plays a resident and artist in the hit comedy on cable network earns more than $600K per episode. In recent news, Selena and Nigerian singer-rapper Rema won the Best Afrobeats award for their collaboration Calm Down at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards. The inaugural summit was led by Thrive Global CEO Arianna Huffington and Universal Music Group CEO Sir Lucian Grainge, which included a video message from nine-time Grammy-winning music producer Rick Rubin. During the event, singer-songwriter Chelsea Cutler shared her mental health journey while sporting a black pin-stripe blazer, green baggy pants, and black boots. The 26-year-old artist also performed a stripped-down version of her latest single Your Bones on an acoustic guitar.

Bosses: Thrive Global CEO Arianna Huffington (L) and Universal Music Group CEO Sir Lucian Grainge (R) headed up the inaugural summit, which featured a video message from nine-time Grammy-winning music producer Rick Rubin

The first summit was led by Arianna Huffington, the CEO of Thrive Global, and Sir Lucian Grainge, the CEO of Universal Music Group. The event included a message from acclaimed music producer Rick Rubin, who has won nine Grammy Awards.

Business up top: Singer-songwriter Chelsea Cutler spoke about her mental health journey while wearing a black pin-stipe blazer over green baggy pants and black boots

During a recent interview, Chelsea Cutler discussed her personal journey with mental health while sporting a stylish black pin-striped blazer paired with loose-fitting green pants and sleek black boots.

On the mic: The 26-year-old Connecticut native also performed a stripped down version of her new single Your Bones on acoustic guitar

Taking center stage was the young singer from Connecticut, who at 26 years old, showcased her versatility by playing an intimate rendition of her latest song Your Bones on an acoustic guitar.

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