Selena Gomez is officially taken. The 22 year old signed a recording contract with Interscope on Saturday night to complete her switch from Hollywood Records. Her announcement came via Instagram.

"Guess who's officially an Interscope artist? #thisiswhatdreamsaremadeof," she wrote.

 Guess who's officially an Interscope artist ☺️ #thisiswhatdreamsaremadeof

A photo posted by Selena Gomez (@selenagomez) on Dec 12, 2014 at 10:47pm PST

It's been a big year for Gomez, who completed her Hollywood contract with the greatest hits package, For You. That project included the single "The Heart Wants What It Wants," a love song directed toward on-and-off beau Justin Bieber.

"I think the biggest problem I had this year - even with [Justin] and on his side - is identity," she told Ryan Seacrest in November. "I was trying to figure out what I'm doing, and that was the first time I was constantly being kicked down for doing that. When I didn't know, I just wanted to say, 'This is what I want, this is where I am in my professional life, things changed in my personal life, things changed in my heart - everything.' And people just thought, 'Alright, this is what we think."

Gomez apparently showed Bieber the song before its release.

"He thought it was beautiful," she said. "I think it was really hard. I think he was a little jealous of the video guy at first. Honestly, music is an expression, and if you will be that voice for these girls, there are some people that feel this. This is universal."

Interscope will be getting one of pop's brightest stars; As previously reported, Gomez pushed 2.8 million albums and 18.1 million tracks to go along with 1.7 billion YouTube views before releasing For You.

Her first solo album, 2013's Stars Dance, resulted in her first No. 1 chart debut and featured the No. 1 song, "Come & Get It," which has sold more than 2 million copies.

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