Selena Gomez is opening up about the industry's "unfair" practice of sexualizing stars at a young age. Case in point: one of her album covers that made her feel "ashamed."

The 29-year-old singer and actress made the admission in the course of The Hollywood Reporter's Comedy Actress Emmy Roundtable that included Tracee Ellis Ross, Amy Schumer, Molly Shannon.

Near the end of that hour-long conversation that took place in May, Schumer commended the Only Murders in the Building star for charting her own path. 

Gomez never mentions which album she's referring to, however her second studio album, Revival, in 2016 had Gomez, 24 at the time, posing nude.  

Gomez posted the black and white album cover on her Instagram in September 2016 to promote the album, but she didn't exactly seem thrilled about having to do so,  

posting the bare minimum in her caption which included the album's name, the release date and zero emojis. 

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