Selena Gomez has had quite a year. Not sure what we're talking about? Let us refresh your memory.
She toured, hosted the VMA pre-show, hosted the EMA show in Belfast, Northern Ireland, released several music videos off her album When the Sun Goes Down, including "Hit the Lights," starred in the flick "Monte Carlo" and said goodbye to her Disney series, "The Wizards of Waverly Place."
So when Gomez looks back on 2011, what will she remember most? "To be honest, it would probably be when my series ended and not in, like, a happy way, but it was kind of like it was a new chapter in my life," she told MTV News. "I think it was a really interesting time for me and that time in this year was probably my favorite."
The series wrapped filming earlier this year, but will continue airing into early 2012.
While saying goodbye to her show resonated with the star, she could have never foreseen how big her We Own the Night Tour would be. "My music, for sure, [surprised me], like touring. I definitely was excited to get on the road and be able [to have] my first headlining tour," she said. "I was excited to go everywhere and meet my fans and experience different places. To be honest, I didn't expect the tour to do as well as it did, and we went to Canada and Canada was amazing and made me feel very humbled."
As 2011 rolls along, Gomez is going into the coming year with the same philosophy she had for the last. "I feel like this approach of this year, I wasn't expecting any of the things that happened," she said. "And so I just kind of want to go into the end of this year and the beginning of next year just excited and in a good place and not planning anything."
Before the new year does come along, Gomez has some plans to just spend the holidays with those she loves. "I'm gonna have a week off for Thanksgiving, which will be nice, and then a week and a half or two weeks for Christmas time," she said. "And then I'm going to just relax and do nothing."
She has a busy year ahead of her that includes hitting the set of her next film, "Spring Breakers," co-starring James Franco, Vanessa Hudgens and Emma Roberts.