After Selena Gomez totally gave us life in Louis Vuitton at the Met Gala this past May, it comes as no surprise that the actress has been tapped as the new face of the fashion house. Designer Nicolas Ghesquière gave us a preview of the Series 5 campaign Friday morning, featuring Selena Gomez, a mini trunk bag, and a fur trapper hat that we’re pretty sure we could fit a small child inside. Can you say winter outfit goals? That’s right: Before summer has even hit its groove, Louis Vuitton has us dreaming of colder weather.
The campaign was shot by legendary photographer Bruce Weber, who knows Gomez well, having shot her alongside Nicolas for the cover of Vogue Brazil. The duo has been dropping hints at their collaboration for some time now and Selena even posted that "exciting things" were coming when she shared her Vogue cover.
OUCH, that one looked like it hurt! Selena Gomez was doing her thing on stage in Tulsa, Oklahoma on June 19, but had a little mishap toward the end of the show when she tripped and fell in front of the massive crowd. Watch it all go down here!
Poor Selena Gomez! There was absolutely no hiding it when she stumbled and fell right to the ground while performing in Tulsa, Oklahoma over the weekend. Luckily, the 23-year-old is an absolute pro by now, and handled the situation just perfectly.
The fall went down when Sel was singing her newest hit “Kill ‘Em With Kindness,” which was toward the ending of her set. She was jumping up and down toward the front of the stage when she tripped and stumbled right down some stairs — ouch!
During a recent stop on her Revival Tour, Selena Gomez took some time to dance it out with one of her biggest fans. On Tuesday, the former Disney channel star shared an Instagram video, in which she busts a move with Zumba-dancing internet sensation Audrey Nethery, who has a rare bone marrow disease called Diamond-Blackfan Anemia.
In the video, Gomez and the energetic 6-year-old girl dance and sing along to Gomez’s 2011 hit “Love You Like a Love Song,” to which Nethery knows every word. Their short dance party ends with a touching hug.
We could, for instance, be Selena Gomez, who on an almost daily basis must be reminded by fans, haters, shippers, and the Internet at large that she once dated Justin Bieber. But on Sunday night, when confronted with a sign that read “Marry Justin Please,” Gomez expanded her list of credentials—actress, singer, executive producer—to include “national treasure,” by teaching us the best way to handle anyone who brings up your romantic past without your permission.
Unfortunately, the tweet containing video evidence of the glorious moment from Gomez’s concert has been made private. Luckily for us, this is 2016, and everything spreads on the Web like wildfire. The video below captures it all, but in case it’s a bit hard to make out, E! News reports that Gomez pointed and asked the fan to hand over the sign. Then she took it, crumpled it up, and threw it on the ground in a way that would make Lonely Island proud. And finally, like the pro she is, she walked away and continued singing.
The set started with “Revival,” the title track from her 2015 decidedly more “grown up” album, and went right into its sultry smash “Same Old Love.” She sang most of the Revival deluxe edition tracks from there, including “Kill Em with Kindness,” “Sober,” “Good for You,” “Hands to Myself,” “Me & the Rhythm,” “Me & My Girls,” “Survivor,” “Body Heat” and “Nobody.”
She also dug back into her earlier catalogue -- yes, she has a catalogue; she’s released five studio albums, three with her band Selena Gomez & the Scene — for “Come & Get It” and “Slow Down” from her 2013 solo debut, Stars Dance, and the Scene’s “Love You Like a Love Song” and “Who Says.” She also did Zedd’s “I Want to Know You,” the track she’s the featured singer on, and the Eurythmics’ “Sweet Dreams.”
The set was sparse, except for some moveable props, such as pyramids and giant exercise balls her dance crew used and moved for various songs. The most elaborate staging was a chariot pulled by dancers ultimately with her in it and the most subtle, a simple grand piano front and centre. It was here that Gomez’ shined, alone.