SELENA Gomez is insecure about her speaking voice.
The 'Good For You' hitmaker has admitted she was always embarrassed by the tone of her voice as a young girl but says she sees it as an "asset" now.
Writing on Twitter, she explained: "I was always insecure with my speaking voice because it's so low. I never felt like it was feminine-sounding.
"I didn't know it would be such an asset to who I am now, thought. It adds a cool, personal quality. It's exciting."
Meanwhile, the 23-year-old beauty recently revealed she hopes to use her own self-confidence issues to help encourage young girls to be positive about their own image.
She shared: "There are so many moments that I feel insecure and I feel all of these things but I hate them. If anything I hate that young girls look at all these Instagram pictures and all these news reports and I just feel like they think they have to look like that or they think that's what happiness is.
"I feel like that's such a big thing for me when they say, 'Oh I'm so unhappy and I feel like everybody at school hates me,' or whatever it is, I can't help just ... I want to shake everyone and be like, 'You're insane. You're incredible. You're beautiful. You're strong. You're unique.'"
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