People think Selena Gomez ripped off another artist in her 'Back to You' video

And said artist has responded...

By Mehera Bonner

Have you watched Selena Gomez's video for Back to You yet? Because it's great!

But also, it MIGHT seem pretty familiar (not just because of the thickly-laid Justin Beiber references) but if you're a fan of popular artist Sarah Bahbah. You've probably seen Bahbah's work all over Instagram, but she's well-known for her super colourful photos (sometimes featuring celebs!) that are overlaid with captions—and Selena's video is erm...pretty similar in aesthetic.

Here's some of Bahbah's work:

And here's the vibe from Selena's video:

Twitter and Instagram are full of fans chatting out similarities between the video and Bahbah's work, and while some people seem unimpressed...

...Others are coming to Selena's defense:

Meanwhile, Bahbah took it to Instagram Stories and made it pretty clear how she feels:

In a statement provided to Cosmopolitan.com, Bahbah says that she doesn't "claim to own the use of subtitles on images… but it's definitely a signature of my work that has further established me in this industry." She adds that she's "flattered that so many have referenced me in Selena's latest work" and says she "would love to collaborate" with Selena in the future. The full statement is as follows:

There you have it.