But the "Raise Your Glass" singer is blasting the Wizards of Waverly Place starlet.
Why? Read on to find out...
"If there are any animal activists around Malibu-at Leo Cabrillo State beach, there are horses being painted for a stupid music video," Pink tweeted yesterday. "Shame."
It doesn't appear that Pink knew who was shooting the vid, but it appears it was Ms. Gomez.
She was on the beach yesterday with a film crew, a hottie costar evoking a bit of Jesus, as well as two lavender-colored horses.
We're still waiting for comment from Gomez's camp but sounds like if they followed the rules (and we have no reason to believe they didn't), the horses were well taken care of. The American Humane Society's guidelines for painting and using makeup on animals includes the use of nontoxic products and spot checking for allergic reactions before production, among other things.
Perhaps Pink, a hardcore animal rights activist and supporter of PETA, is against using makeup of any kind on animals. "Artists," she tweeted, "should be more aware and responsible for their actions."
"There are no safe ways to paint a live horse or any animal," PETA spokesman Dan Mathews tells us. "They can have painful allergic reactions to chemicals and there's no way to know how an individual animal will react. Also, subjecting skittish animals like horses to extended periods of restraint and spraying is stressful and frightening."
If we know our Selena, we're sure she and her team were more than responsible while using the animals for her video.
Pink eventually found out it was a Gomez video. "oh lord, THAT'S whose video it was? Disney fans unite. here we go," she tweeted this afternoon, adding that Gomez "fans are angry with @pink."
That certainly doesn't change anything. "whether u r a fan of mine or whomEVER'S," Pink tweeted, "i won't stop speaking out about animal cruelty.i've taken responsibility in the past,so should she."
Meanwhile, did you see the cover of album foe Selena Gomez & the Scene's new album, When the Sun Goes Down? So cute!
And no tinted horses.