Selena Gomez is one of the most sought-after celebrity by the paparazzi and tabloids. But that doesn’t mean that she’s used to people stalking her and taking her picture wherever she goes. In a heartbreaking video taken last Wednesday, the 25-year-old singer warns a crowd of paparazzi to stay away, telling them, “You’re scaring me.”
The 30-second video shows Gomez exiting a Starbucks in Newport Beach, California when a crowd of paparazzi swarm around her. When a paparazzo tries to ask Gomez about her relationship with Bieber, the “Bad Liar” singer shuts the camerawoman down, asking her if she could give her privacy for the day. Gomez ends her message to the paps by telling them that they’re “scaring” her, which is why she would like them to stop following her.
“Selena! Is Justin just a little brother to you?” the paparazzo asks.
“Do you guys mind if I just have the rest of the day? Because you’re kind of scaring me.”
The paparazzo explains that there are other paparazzo around, which leads Gomez to apologize and meekly walk to her car. The paparazzo then apologizes back and tells Gomez that the celebrity-photography industry is competitive, which is why they stalked her. Before closing her car door, Gomez blesses the paparazzi and tells them that “it’s OK.”
How? By cranking up the temperature with Shannon Nadj, celebrity-fitness instructor and owner of Hot Pilates, a boutique studio in the heart of West Hollywood that features classes in a 95 degree heated room.
Jelena fans might not like this news very much—Justin Bieber has been seen with yet another mystery woman since his split from Selena Gomez. But this time, it's not Baskin Champion.
Leaving a SoulCycle class in Beverly Hills, where he was apparently spotted flirting with the receptionist too, Bieber was chatting to a woman who, it's been suggested, has a passing resemblance to Gomez.
It looks as though the pair took the same class, or attended together, but it's unclear right now whether anything is going on between them.
Drinking wine isn't a huge deal — but if you're Selena Gomez, who is battling the autoimmune disease lupus and recovering from a kidney transplant, it is definitely complicated. Earlier this month, Selena was spotted buying a couple of bottles at a local Target, which has friends and experts really worried about her health.
"When we're talking about lupus and a kidney transplant, avoiding alcohol would be critical for her to stay well," Dr. Robert Fafalak, who doesn’t treat the star, tells In Touch exclusively. "Alcohol can be deleterious in terms of potential interactions with some of the medications she probably takes." The NYC-based lupus expert and rheumatologist also explained how wine can produce negative side effects such as stomach aches, which could complicate things.