Selena Gomez hints at new music with J Balvin

Credit: Youtube/ DJ Snake.

Selena Gomez has hinted at a new music collaboration with J Balvin and Benny Blanco.

The singer and actress shared a picture on her Instagram story of four dressing gowns, embroidered with the names Selena, Blanco, Balvin and Tainy.

Selena Gomez's Instagram story, February 18, 2018.

Balvin, a columbian singer with 20m subscribers on YouTube, sings mostly in Spanish and also shared the picture, captioning it 'I just can't get enough.'

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I can’t get enough 💯🌍💯

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Last September, Gomez appeared in DJ Snake's hit Taki Taki, which saw the singer sing in both English and Spanish on the track.

Fans are hoping it will be the singer's comeback after taking a three month hiatus.

Gomez took a step back from social media last year and had not been seen in public until recently.

The star previously admitted to ELLE Magazine that she didn't have Instagram on her phone, but instead accesses the app through her friend's.

Last month the 26-year-old, wrote:

It’s been awhile since you have heard from me, but I wanted to wish everyone a happy new year and to thank you for your love and support.

"Last year was definitely a year of self-reflection, challenges and growth.

It’s always those challenges which show you who you are and what you are capable of overcoming.

"Trust me, it’s not easy, but I am proud of the person I am becoming and look forward to the year ahead. Love you all."

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