Selena Gomez may be staying quiet about Justin Bieber's new engagement, but she's more than happy to drop a few clues about her next album.

During a recent press interview at the premiere of her new movie, Hotel Transylvania 3, in which she voices Mavis, the 25-year-old singer teased the record will "probably" include at least one female collaboration — a big deal considering her previous two efforts, 2013's Stars Dance and 2015's Revival, were extremely light on features. In fact, the only other artist who she's teamed with on an actual LP is A$AP Rocky, who guested on Revival's "Good for You."

Gomez didn't full-out confirm the collab, but it does sound as if she already has something in the works. When asked if she knew the song's title, she said yes, but declined to reveal what it was. She did, however, say there will be a few Spanish tracks on the project. Watch the clip, captured by a fan update account, below.

Gomez hasn't released an album in nearly three years, though she has put out a handful of singles, including "Bad Liar," "Fetish," the Marshmello-assisted "Wolves," and, more recently, 13 Reasons Why soundtrack entry "Back to You."

She told reporters at the same press junket that new music would be coming "so soon."

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