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The Russian-German DJ faces backlash from fans after he posts on Instagram a video highlighting the similarities between the British boyband's latest hit and his song.
During a call-in interview on 'The Edge Afternoons with Guy, Sharyn and Clint', the 'Good for You' songtress says, 'I love Katy. I just talked to her. She's amazing.'
The former Disney stars announces her new song will arrive on June 22 and posts on Instagram a couple of photos from the music video's filming set.
The music video comes just a day after the EDM DJ appeared at the 2015 CMT Music Awards and performed the song off his 'True Colors' album with Lady Antebellum.
The new mom performed 'Little Toy Guns' live for the first time while the EDM DJ teamed up with Lady Antebellum for 'Beautiful Now' at the Wednesday night, July 10 awards event.
The outspoken producer says that rumors about Zedd's relationship with Gomez were his label's idea to help boost the sales of his newest album 'True Colors'.
'I have a really hard time listening to EDM and being like, 'Wow, that's really inspiring, I want to do something like that,' ' says the DJ behind hits like 'Clarity' and Ariana Grande's 'Break Free'.
The Los Angeles DJ gives Zedd's sophomore effort 'True Colors' a negative review in a now-deleted Twitter post.
In the picture, the 25-year-old DJ and the 26-year-old actress can be seen smiling with their faces touching.
The follow-up to 2012's 'Clarity', which is led by Selena Gomez-assisted 'I Want You to Know', was executive produced and co-written by the DJ himself.
The Russian-German EDM powerhouse has previewed his second studio album by debuting Selena Gomez-assisted 'I Want You to Know' that recently debuted at No. 17 on Billboard Hot 100.
The former Disney princess sports several '80s outfits while dancing in the crowd in the music video for the single off her rumored boyfriend Zedd's upcoming album.
The 25-year-old DJ reveals he met the 'Heart Wants What It Wants' songstress for the first time because he had to use the toilet.
The track, which serves as the lead single off the DJ's upcoming sophomore album, landed online just one day before it's slated to be officially released on February 23.
The duo posts the same artwork featuring their faces via their respective social media account and announces in the caption that their collaboration will arrive on February 23.