Selena Gomez Says New Album Won't Be Justin Bieber 'Tell-All'

Follow-up to 2011's When the Sun Goes Down 'going to be the biggest one for me personally,' singer says.

Selena Gomez is readying work on her brand-new music. She recently shared she wanted to work with a whole bevy of artists ranging from New York rockers Fun. to Nashville princess Taylor Swift, but don't expect her to get another world-famous pop star on the album.

And, don't even expect her to sing about him, either. "It's not going to be necessarily, 'Here's my tell-all,' " Gomez explained to E! News about the possibility of her getting personal about her relationship with Justin Bieber on the record. "It's going to be more of something that people could say, 'It could be that or it could be this or it could be that.' At the end of the day, I only make my music because I want it [to] be really fun, and if I could have people dance to it, relate to it, have a good time, that's all I want."

Having already met with producers to begin talks about this whole new set of music, her follow-up to 2011's When the Sun Goes Down, she wants to grow. She's met with the likes of Toby Gad and Rock Mafia. "I think this is going to be the biggest one for me personally. I want to be able to write about things I've never talked about before and tell a story with this album, because I've never actually had time to go in and do that," she said. "I've never worked on a song for more than two days."

In an interview with MTV News, Gomez shared that she wanted to get into the studio by year's end and confirmed she hoped to try out a whole new set of sounds on it. "Very different! I want to go for producers that probably wouldn't want me to do their songs," she said. "I just want to knock on their door. I also want to work with Fun. I want to work with just different styles of music."

Gomez has yet to announce a release date, but the album is expected to drop in 2013.