Whether or not you enjoyed Selena Gomez‘s performance of “Come and Get It” at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards (or on Dancing with the Stars or on The Ellen Show and all those other places), we’re gonna just put it out there: This performance is better. At least vocally, since there is no dancing involved. #sorrynotsorry

Two of our faves, Kurt Hugo Schneider and Sam Tsui, teamed up again to create the new, piano-filled rendition of Sel’s Bollywood-inspired track, and it is AH-maze. But that’s pretty much expected at this point seeing as how their “Heart Attack” and “22″ covers turned out.

Watch above, and be sure to tune in to tonight’s episode of Trendin’ on Teen at 7pm ET where Kurt joins host Brianna Baxter and talks about his upcoming tour with Sam, what it’s like working with Victoria Justice and more! DYT the cover’s better than Selena’s original? Feel free to agree or disagree with our opinion in the comments below, or on our Selena Gomez message board!

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9 Responses to "Kurt Hugo Schneider and Sam Tsui Cover Selena Gomez’s “Come and Get It” (VIDEO)"

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    Gabrela says:

    He is not better then Selena Gomez.

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    Lilith says:

    It looks like he’s touching himself at 1:34

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    Cameron says:

    Yah totaly even before i saw this i had listen to that version 100 times. SO MUCH BETTER!!!!!!

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    Brittany says:

    i like this version MUCH better. not to hate too much but i dont like Selena as a singer so any cover is gonna be better than the original for me. plus, im a sucker for any cover done on a piano accompanied by a beautiful voice <3

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    Lovisa says:

    Selena Gomez is 10 times better this cover is soooo boring!!!

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    Sammy says:

    Kurt Schneider always posts the best covers!

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    Amy says:


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    Kennedie says:

    Much better than the original

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