Selenators, rejoice with Selegendary "Lose You to Love Me." Its Selena Gomez's comeback song after 10 years of not appearing on the Billboard Hot 100-and she killed it this time.
Gomez landed her first-ever sweet, sweet No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. All her fans can't help but be proud of Sel. She truly deserves the top spot.
It's been 20 years since Gomez has been making songs, after all.
The closet the singer got to Hot 100 No.1 was with "Good For You" ft A$AP Rocky which climbed to No. 5 in 2015. "Same Old Love" also had the same luck in 2016. "It Ain't Me" ft Kygo in 2017 made it to the Top 10 of the Hot 100 as well.
Yes, It Is Epic!
During the 2017 Billboard Women in Music Awards, Gomez had teased the "epic album" and this is the year it happened! This is the epic Selena Gomez single we've all been waiting for and it's entirely relatable.
Gomez previously opened up that her songs are not created for charts or numbers. Rather, she pours her heart out into every single she makes and enjoys the creative process.
Who She Beat
We saw Lewis Capaldi dip to the second spot with "Someone You Loved." It is past tense now as Selenators helped their girl climb to the top spot from No. 15 when it first debuted.
Post Malone's Circles rises to the third spot from the fourth trading places with real-life lovers Shawn Mendes and Camilla Cabello with their hit "Senorita." Lizzo's "Truth Hurts" caps the Billboard 100 Top Five.
Who Helped Her
The songwriters behind "Lose You to Love Me" had a mind-blowing time ingesting Sel's first-ever Billboard Top Track. No wonder we could tell glimpses of J-Beebs on the lyrics. The song was co-written with the songwriters behind Gomez's ex's song "Sorry."
Gomez collaborated with Justin Tranter and Julia Michaels to help her write her first chart-topper. For Tranter and Michaels, this is their second time to write a hit single that skyrockets to the Top Spot as "Sorry" held the same spot in 2016.
Another prominent person who helped Gomez was songwriter-producer Finneas - Billie Eilish's older brother. Interesting enough, this Billboard topper was shot entirely on iPhone, amazing!
Last but definitely not the least, Gomez has her Selenators and Jelena fans to thank for supporting her. "Thank you all for standing by me through highs and lows," Gomez shared on social media, "I could not do it without you all."
Gomez also credited her faith for her success. In a longer note on social media, she said, "literally laying down, thanking Jesus for placing me exactly where I'm meant to be."