Arriving at LAX in Los Angeles, California – 14th August
Posted by Eliza           on Aug 15           tags: Candids, Gallery Updates


Selena was seen arriving at LAX in Los Angeles, California on the 14th of August. I’ve added 15 HQ photos of her to our gallery. Don’t forget to check them out below:

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Three dating lessons we learned from Selena Gomez’s Vogue Australia cover story
Posted by Eliza           on Aug 8           tags: Article, Interview, Updates


Our September cover star can’t keep everything to herself.

No stranger to the front row at Nicolas Ghesquiere’s shows for Louis Vuitton, Selena Gomez – Vogue Australia’s September cover girl – cemented her relationship with the French heritage brand in June, fronting their autumn/winter ‘16/’17 campaign lensed by Bruce Weber.

Anyone who fancies themselves an arbiter of proper modern pop culture (or is simply a frequent reader of this website) already likely knows a thing or two about Selena Gomez (she’s a former Disney star, most followed person on Instagram, all of that Bieber stuff, yada yada yada). But thanks to one very in-depth Skype date with Vogue’s Zara Wong, Gomez gave us insight to who she really is for our September issue cover story. Here are three things we learned about the multi-hyphenate stunner’s dating life that we didn’t know before reading the full story:

1. She doesn’t actually have time to date right now.
“But I like to have fun, I like to hang out,” she teases with an infinitesimal cock of the eyebrow. 

2. Super famous guys aren’t really her type.
“I’d be so stoked with a writer or producer or actor who is low-key, but those kind of guys are terrified of me!” 

3. She’s restricted dating to her own circle of friends.
“Because I think people would think it’s kind of dumb [to date me]. Nobody would want to throw themselves into that situation where it was so heightened publicly, like, why would they?” 

The complete nine-page feature, complete with a photo spread styled by Sally Lyndley and shot by Emma Summerton, is on sale August 15.

Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore | Revival Tour
Posted by Eliza           on Jul 28           tags: Concerts, Gallery Updates, Revival Tour


Selena performed at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore, Singapore on the 27th of July. I’ve added 6 HQ photos of the concert to our gallery. Don’t forget to check them out below:

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Selena Gomez: How I Became Instagram’s Most Followed Person (Without Really Trying)
Posted by Eliza           on Jul 14           tags: Article, Interview, Updates


The singer-actress — with 89 million followers — doesn’t have a social media consultant or a method behind her backstage pics and well-lit selfies: Instead, “I go, ‘Oh, that would be great for Instagram.'”

In this age of competition for followers and likes, stars often hire digital consultants and carefully curate their social profiles. So it might come as a surprise how little thought Gomez gives to the Instagram feed that has become the app’s most followed. “It comes in a moment when I capture something happening, and I go, ‘Oh, that would be great for Instagram. I should post it.’ I know it’s boring, but that’s genuinely what I do.” Since bumping Taylor Swift from the top spot in March, Gomez has amassed 89 million followers at press time. “It wasn’t my goal to be the most followed person,” demurs Gomez, 23, but she’s not hiding how much she enjoys the app: “It’s my favorite social platform.”

Her feed is a mixture of professional photos, off-the-cuff videos and selfies. And her fans clearly love it. A June 25 shot of her drinking a bottle of Coke quickly racked up 4 million likes and is widely believed to be the most-liked photo on Instagram at the moment. “I’m not sure there’s a method to my madness,” admits Gomez, who shares a few tips, like: If a caption isn’t coming to you, use emoji and “let it be.”

Her current obsession with Instagram’s longer video product (she was one of the first to post a 60-second video of herself in the studio when the feature rolled out in March) has become clear, too. On the Fourth of July she posted a long shot of herself walking into the party she was hosting and then jumping into the pool. It has been viewed 9 million times.

Hopping from city to city as part of her 81-show Revival tour, Gomez uses Instagram to offer an inside look at her nonstop schedule: working on her new album out of the studio bus, meeting with fans after her concerts, watching The Big Bang Theory backstage. “I try to find a good balance of just being 100 percent myself and knowing when to post a really good selfie with good lighting,” says Gomez. But a recent photo, of her riding a shopping cart inside a market in Canada, had some fans wondering just how “real” her ‘grams are. The backstory: Her tour photographer tagged along on the excursion. “I’ve created this bond with him, so it’s super organic when he takes photos,” says Gomez. “We were in the grocery store, all shopping for the bus, and I always eat when I shop. I remember one of the comments said, ‘I cannot believe she rented out the grocery store for a photo shoot,’ and I died laughing. I was like, ‘Well, I didn’t.’ ”

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Staples Center in Los Angeles, California | Revival Tour
Posted by Eliza           on Jul 10           tags: Concerts, Gallery Updates, Revival Tour


Selena performed at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on the 8th of July. I’ve added 32 HQ photos of the concert to our gallery. Don’t forget to check them out below:

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Kill Em With Kindness HD Screen Captures
Posted by Eliza           on Jun 7           tags: Gallery Updates, Music Video


The music video for Kill Em With Kindness has been released and I’ve added 1026 HD screen captures of the video to our gallery! Don’t forget to check them out below:

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Selena Gomez – Kill Em With Kindness
Posted by Eliza           on Jun 6           tags: Music, Music Video, Video

The Fundamentals of Caring | Official Trailer
Posted by Eliza           on May 30           tags: The Fundamentals of Caring, Video

Selena Gomez Sends Special Message To Fans For Supporting ‘Kill Em With Kindness’
Posted by Eliza           on May 28           tags: Updates, Video

Selena Gomez on Career: “The Moment I Allow This to Be My Happiness, That’s When It Gets Dangerous”
Posted by Eliza           on May 25           tags: Article, Interview


It might be Taylor Swift’s squad, but Selena Gomez is Queen Bee. Yet even with the most followed Instagram account, she’s no Regina George. “My mom had me when she was 16, she worked four jobs, and went to community college. Like, there’s just no way I could treat somebody in a way that I feel bigger than them. That’s just never been who I am, and there’s just no way I could be that person,” the singer tells Yahoo Style. During a break on her Revival tour, which recently kicked off in California and will make stops around the world through December, the singer spoke about the importance of her fans, how her family keeps her grounded, fitness, and staying fresh.

Yahoo Style: How do you keep yourself looking fresh on tour?
Selena Gomez: When I’m not on the road, my routine is pretty consistent, but being on tour, it’s always a little different. The most important thing for me is to keep my skin and my hair looking its best.

I don’t wash my hair every single day, but instead I’ll leave it maybe one or two days. When I do wash it, I use products from Pantene’s intense line, like the 3 Minute Miracle deep conditioner. I also just try and keep my hair out of the way whenever I’m washing my face or I get offstage because, oddly enough, my hair is such a crucial part of my show. It’s kind of like a part of my concert.

For my face, I do try and keep everything as fresh as I can because I have so many different makeup looks. I like to keep everything clean, wash my face, moisturize, easy.

Also, I have to keep in mind that not only am I wearing a ton of makeup but I’m sweating in it because I’m dancing and running around. When I’m offstage, I try to let my skin breathe for a minute, and the same goes for my hair. Sometimes I’ll just braid it or not brush it and let it flow. I’ll braid it at night and then undo the braid in the morning and just leave it natural for the day.

Anything you always bring with you on the road?
I love being able to travel with things that make me feel like I’m at home. Thankfully, Pantene has stocked the entire tour — so like everyone on the tour is using nice hair products. But when it comes to my dressing room, I like fresh flowers, essential oils like lavender or eucalyptus or lemongrass. I try to keep things really calm and fresh because we’re in these buses and venues all day, so I like anything that will make my space feel comfortable and calming.

How do you stay healthy when you travel?
The last two tours were just me and my band, and I would do my own hair and makeup. Now, in a way it’s harder because I have to be more disciplined. I know there are people that are good at that, but I’m not one of them! I mean it takes everything in me to be like, “Oh, I just ran for 10 minutes, I’m fine.” But now I’m grateful that I have my trainer, Amy Rosoff Davis, with me for the tour.

How does she keep you motivated?
I do cardio, we have a pilates machine that I bring on the bus and this “sweat bed,” which is kind of like a big burrito that I sweat in for 45 minutes. She’s really good about switching it up throughout the week so that it’s not mundane.

What do you do before you go onstage?
I like to be in my room. I don’t really run around too much. I tend to listen to relaxing music or do a little yoga. Oh, and I always say a prayer before going out onstage. I always do that. And I try to drink a lot of water — ideally a whole bottle before going o stage. I like to go onstage with a clear head.

And after? Do you just crash?
You know, it’s funny. On the last tour — and I’m doing it again on this tour – I would meet fans from the concert after my show. During the show, my crew will pick 40 fans in the crowd that are all the way in the nosebleeds and are just losing their minds and going out of control, and they’ll come backstage and meet me after the show. I also always do an Instagram photo outside of my bus and take pictures with fans and just hang out with them a little bit. Oddly enough, it’s something that calms me down.

That said, there are days where I’m not feeling so great or I’ve hurt my knee onstage, which usually means I have to take it easy for a bit. But when I can, it’s always just fun to be able to meet my fans, walk around, and let my body cool down before I’m back on the bus.

What’s the best part of touring?
I love connecting with people. I mean, I think that’s something that I’ve always enjoyed doing. This album in particular, I worked on for almost two years. And not to discredit any of the music I’ve done in the past, it’s just the older I’ve gotten, the more I’ve learned and appreciated my journey, and I’ve tried to utilize that in my music.

And it must be amazing to hear people screaming your name?
Yeah, I mean if anything, it’s just great to be able to walk on a stage and be around people that remind you why you do it. There are a lot of critical people in the world, and it’s gotten harder to impress people these days more than ever. When you go onstage, you’re there with people that you know are there for you.

Also, most of my fans have been with me from the beginning. I see people in the crowd who were 14 with me when I was on Disney, and now they’re 23 with me at a concert and having fun. I can recognize that and it feels really good and it reminds me why I do what I do.

How do you keep yourself grounded growing up in front of the cameras?
To me it’s not that hard. It’s my parents. I give them full credit for keeping me grounded. Obviously it’s so abnormal, if you look at it objectively. It’s not truly something that any kid should go through when you’re developing who you are and figuring out what you want to do.

That said, I wouldn’t take it back for the world ever. I mean, I love what I do, but the moment I allow this to be my happiness, that’s when it gets dangerous. Like when I want someone’s approval, that’s when it gets dangerous and I shouldn’t do it anymore.

Also, I know that if I disappoint my family or my mom sees me being disrespectful to somebody that works really hard, it’s over. My mom had me when she was 16, she worked four jobs and went to community college. Like, there’s just no way I could treat somebody in a way that I feel bigger than them. That’s just never been who I am and there’s just no way I could be that person.

I’ve had some really hard days and some bad days, but in the end, if I lost all of this, I would just go back to Texas and be with my family and that’s fine with me.

Source: Yahoo!