Selena Gomez has set her sights on a superhero!
During an appearance on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live Sunday, the single singer revealed she has the hots for a Captain America: Civil War star—and it isn't Robert Downey, Jr.! "I kind of have a crush on Chris Evans. Isn't he cute?" the "Good for You" singer asked host Andy Cohen, adding, "He's very cute."
"Have you ever said that in public before?" fellow guests Willie Geist asked.
"No," Gomez admitted. "This is the first time."
"That's in the universe," Geist joked.
"Oh, man," the singer said. "He's either going to hate me or love."
"I think he's going to love you!" Cohen told her.
"I think he'll be OK with it," Geist added.
Gomez has not been in a serious relationship since her breakup with Justin Bieber, while Evans may or may not be back together with his on-and-off ex Minka Kelly.
The singer wasn't asked about her love life again, though she did admit during the Watch What Happens Live after-show that the most ridiculous rumors she's read about herself are that she's been married and pregnant—more than once! The "Same Old Love" singer, 23, also played a round of of Plead the Fifth, in which she could only refuse to answer one out of three questions. Cohen first asked her to "put the rumors to rest once and for all" by confirming or denying that her BFF Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" was written about Katy Perry. Gomez pleaded the fifth, of course, and kept her pal's not-so-secret secret. For his second question, Cohen asked if Gomez's "close friendship" with Swift drove a wedge between her "on-again, off-again" friend Demi Lovato. Gomez said it "absolutely" did not, explaining, "You're kids, you know what I mean? You grow up together."
For his third and final question, Cohen noted that the "ever gorgeous by the day" Nick Jonas has played gay characters twice on TV, in Direct TV's Kingdom and Fox's Scream Queens. "On a scale of 1 to 10—10 being as a gay as me—how gay is Nick Jonas?" he asked. At first, Gomez made a funny face and recalled, "I dated him." Laughing at the notion, she replied, "Like, zero!"
In the same episode, a viewer called in to get Gomez's thoughts on her former Disney Channel peer Miley Cyrus' "eccentric ways" and "frequent nudity" being either "art" or "for attention."
Gomez chose to take the high road and stay above the fray, explaining, "I feel like everybody has their own path. Look at where everybody is. Ultimately, that's what you kind of have to look at. I'm not giving you a politically correct answer. I think everybody has their own right to do what they want, and if that's their interpretation of art, then that's their interpretation of art."
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