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Thursday 29 January 2015

Ghost hunter Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez was a "little bummed" when a supposed haunted hotel she was staying in didn't come up trumps.

The actress-and-singer finds herself staying in range of venues thanks to her jet-setting lifestyle. Selena enjoys spooky occurrences and was excited to find that she was staying in a hotel that boasted ghouls.

However, the brunette beauty was disappointed to find that she wasn't scared by the experience.

"I stay in all kinds of hotels, even a haunted one once. It was for my birthday. This sounds a little weird, but I like being scared," she told Collider.com.

"We were on tour and they had me stay in a hotel in Utah. They gave us this whole spiel, but nothing happened, so I was a little bummed. But it was cool."

Selena is starring in the animation film Hotel Transylvania alongside Adam Sandler. The 19-year-old star - who plays Dracula's daughter in the movie - loved working alongside her on-screen father.

"He's awesome! He's so cool! He was there for almost all of my sessions. He was really nice. He would be a cool dad," she gushed.

"He's somebody who's really funny and just makes everybody laugh."

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