Selena Gomez may have found a new record label home. According to new reports, the "Come and Get It" singer will be leaving Hollywood Records in favor of Interscope.

According to sources at Hits Daily Double, Gomez has signed with a new label, after leaving the Disney-owned Hollywood Records in order to help move her career in a more adult direction.

Though the Gomez to Interscope news is just a rumor at this point, it's been pretty well established that she will be leaving Hollywood before the end of the year. Previous reports stated that Gomez will be releasing a greatest hits album in December in order to fulfill her Hollywood Records contract, much like Hilary Duff did in 2008.

Gomez has reportedly been in the studio recording some new material for the greatest hits compilation, working in both English and Spanish in time for a Christmas season release date. Further details on the best-of album are unavailable at this time.

If Gomez truly does leave Hollywood in favor of Interscope, she'll be doing so with a good track record behind her. She released four studio albums with Hollywood between 2009 and 2013, including three with her band The Scene and her official solo album debut Stars Dance.

Led by singles "Come and Get It" and "Slow Down," Stars Dance was Gomez's first No. 1 album, selling 97,000 copies during its first week in the U.S.

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