Selena Gomez is the best-kept secret in pop. That might sound ridiculous given her high-profile relationship and burgeoning acting career but the 19-year-old's flawless music is more neglected than Susan Boyle's vagina. The Texan beauty should be racking up top 10 hits with gems like "Bang Bang Bang" and "Like A Love Song" instead of tickling the lower reaches of the top 40. Take her latest single. "Hit The Lights", written by Australia's own Leah Haywood, is the kind of soaring synth-pop explosion that Britney or Ke$ha would kill for. Everything about this is magnificent. I love the sappy lyrics about following your dreams, ache for the monster chorus and revel in the glory of Selegend's exquisite rice-paper thin voice. When are music fans finally going to embrace this stunning talent as America's hottest new completely manufactured pop star? Perhaps her new video will help. "Hit The Lights" finds the diva in an unusually rebellious mood. She stays out after dark. All by herself! Watch in awe as Selena makes your fave obsolete (below).