A 1994 interview of Selena Quintanilla has been recently discovered and it shows the late singer being interviewed before her performance in San Antonio.

For more than 20 years the footage of Selena being interviewed had gone missing until it was discovered inside a TV camera that was donated to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. The footage is from the show ‘Tejano USA’ and it shows a vibrant Selena before taking the stage at the Texas Live Music Festival in San Antonio back in 1994. In the interview Selena talks about her Grammy nomination as well as her stint on the Mexican soap-opera, Dos Mujeres Un Camino.

The Smithsonian National Museum of American History will display the singer’s work as the spokesperson for Coca-Cola at the time as part of their Hispanic Advertising exhibit.