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Selena Gomez 'Ellen Show' Video: Singer Talks Bieber Breakup And Her Friendship With Taylor Swift (WATCH)

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We'd say that Selena's week is off to a pretty good start. Not only did the busy singer perform her new single at the MTV Movie Awards, but yesterday she visited "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" where she talked about the big Bieber breakup and her friendship with Taylor Swift. Here are six (oh-so adorable) things we learned about Selena from her fun interview with Ellen:

1. She still gets starstruck.
After her performance at the MTV Movie Awards, a certain celeb (ahem, Brad Pitt) stopped by Selena's dressing room to pay an unexpected visit. "I was trying to play cool and be really nice, but as soon as he walked out, I ran and I hid under the craft service table for like two minutes because I couldn't believe it was happening." The biggest surprise? The legendary actor wanted a photo with her.

2. She's moving on from her breakup with Biebs.
When Ellen asked how she was doing post-Beiber breakup, Selena joked, "I'm doing great. I met Brad Pitt!"

3. She's part of "The Lonely Girls" club.
Selena and T-Swift, who met five years ago backstage at a Jonas Brothers concert, are members of "The Lonely Girls" club. The gathering of single ladies hang out at Swift's house where they eat "really bad junk food," play with Swift's cat, Meredith, and T-Swift bakes cakes.

4. What she admires about Taylor.
"She's one of the strongest girls I've ever met, to be honest," said Selena about her BFF. "I think she's really strong and very passionate." When comparing her songwriting style to Taylor's, Selena said she's more "internal," but that Taylor has given her "great advice" when it comes to dabbling in the process.

5. The kind of guys she likes.
When asked what she wants in a guy, Selena's first answer was "someone that can make me laugh" and is "great" to her parents. Boys, take note.

6. She still gets nervous about performing.
Though Selena seems like a seasoned pro to us, that doesn't mean that she doesn't feel pressure when performing -- especially in front of other entertainers. "In my eyes -- I mean, I'm 20 -- so people are more experienced than I am. I feel like I kinda have to prove myself, so I'm just trying to do as best as I can," she said. "I get excited, though."

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