SAP Center in San Jose, California | Revival Tour
Posted by admin           on May 15           tags: Concerts, Gallery Updates, Revival Tour

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Selena performed at the SAP Center in San Jose, California on the 11th of May. I’ve added 74 UHQ photos of her to our gallery. Don’t forget to check them out below:

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Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California | Revival Tour
Posted by admin           on May 12           tags: Gallery Updates, Revival Tour

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Selena performed at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California as part of the Revival Tour on the 10th of May. I’ve added 47 UHQ photos of her to our gallery. Don’t forget to check them out below:

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Selena Gomez Cover Shoot | Behind the Scenes | Marie Claire
Posted by admin           on May 9           tags: Interview, Photoshoots, Video



Selena Is Unstoppable | Marie Claire
Posted by admin           on May 9           tags: Article, Interview

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If the world is just like high school and Instagram is how we know who the popular kids are, then Selena Gomez is currently the coolest kid in the cafeteria. And what worries her is the responsibility that comes with having 62 million—”71 million,” she corrects me (72 by the time I’m writing this and definitely more by the time you’re reading this)—followers. What should she post? When? More? Less? Or, shudder, should she just quit forever?

Deleting her account would be just the latest in a series of baller moves in her evolution. Or more apt, revolution—one rooted in child stardom at 7 on Barney & Friends, after her mother (who became her first manager) found a flyer for an open casting call for the show while they were living in Grand Prairie, Texas. (Gomez’s parents, who had her at 16, weren’t married. They married other people, which is how she has two toddler half sisters on each side.)

Gomez, 23, wears her auburn-streaked brown hair in a messy ponytail and gold-hoop earrings that sway as she studies a menu on the top-floor patio of the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills. She’s dressed in a faded Metallica T-shirt (borrowed from her roommate, Courtney, who lives with her in her Los Angeles home), Vetements jeans, and her favorite Vuitton sneakers.

With barely any makeup, she could almost pass for the 14-year-old the world first really got to know on her second TV show, Disney’s Wizards of Waverly Place. (Before that, she also guest-starred on Hannah Montana.) Gomez was one of a generation of Disney stars—Miley Cyrus, Vanessa Hudgens, Demi Lovato, et al.—who each became famous and then had to grow up and figure out, exactly, what she was famous for.

Here, a few highlights from her interview, in our June issue on newsstands May 17:

On dating: “I’ve been dating. I’ve been having the best time. But I don’t trust anybody, so dating can only be fun if I know I’m going to have fun.”

On how she deals with agents and managers: “Authenticity is my life. They make great choices, but I make the decisions.”

On being known for who she dates with not who she is: “I would try to promote something that I loved, and the entire interview would be about my personal life. I would leave a room feeling defeated, feeling embarrassed, but I would always make sure to put that smile on my face because I wasn’t going to let them get to me.”

On taking control of her career: “I had to not be afraid to ask dumb questions, which means I asked a million things about ever single step that I was making.”

On her upcoming tour and film: “I finally just wanted to go for it. I wanted to do things that I knew were going to be me. I don’t want people to look at me as someone who is just this celebrity person.”

Read the full interview and see more pics in the June issue of Marie Claire, on newsstands May 17. And for a little behind-the-scenes action to hold you over, see Gomez at her cover shoot here:

Source: Marie Claire



On Set With Selena Gomez | Marie Claire
Posted by admin           on May 9           tags: Photoshoots, Video


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Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada | Revival Tour
Posted by admin           on May 8           tags: Concerts, Gallery Updates, Revival Tour

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Selena kicked off her Revival Tour at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada on the 6th of May. I’ve added 15 UHQ photos of her performing to our gallery. Don’t forget to check them out below:

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How Selena Gomez Got Fit for Her Revival Tour—And the Secret to Her Eternally Good Hair
Posted by admin           on May 6           tags: Article, Interview, Revival Tour, Updates

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“I don’t know what day it is!” says Selena Gomez—understandably so. The 23-year-old pop star is calling amid a whirlwind week that saw her grace the Met Gala red carpet on Monday and then zip back to Las Vegas where her second solo tour kicks off today. Between sound check and final rehearsals, Gomez has a few minutes to chat before diving back into her five-act set. “We’re running the show back to back,” she says. “It’ll be good.”

It’s been a banner year for Gomez, who lately became the most followed person on Instagram, overtaking best friend Taylor Swift. There was her initiation into Nicolas Ghesquière’s girl gang, which saw her style take a turn toward leather Louis Vuitton crop tops and Vetements denim. She appeared at Sundance and, thanks to her supernaturally thick head of hair, became a face of Pantene, which is sponsoring the tour, while maturing as an artist, and taking a larger role in writing her sophomore album. “The past two years have been such a transition period for me,” Gomez says.

And with Revival set to take her around the world for six months, crisscrossing from Copenhagen to Kuala Lumpur, there’s certainly more to come. Here, she reveals how she gets world tour–ready, the secret to her bombshell blowout, and her ultimate juice recipe.

On kickstarting her fitness:
“I’ve never really had a personal trainer, but I started working with Amy [Rosoff Davis] last year. She’s incredible, I met her at Ballet Bodies in L.A., and we have a really fun friendship. About a month and a half ago is when I really buckled down, and at the moment, I’m training every day to build my stamina up for the tour. But don’t get me wrong—it was not like this before the tour [laughs].”

On learning to breathe (literally):
“Once we started rehearsing, I was doing Pilates, SoulCycle, every form of yoga. Basically, I wanted to mix things up because I get bored easily. I just try to keep it fresh. I love how Pilates makes me feel, like it opens me up. I have the hardest time breathing, weirdly enough. Even when I have conversations, I need to work on my breathing, so it’s something I enjoy because it’s peaceful and it helps me relax. And I’m doing two shows back to back [today], and that’s cardio in itself.”

On game-changing stage hair:
“Marissa [Marino], my hairstylist, is coming on the road with me. We wanted to create a unique touch for each look in the show—you see glimpses of the different sides of who I am. It’s exciting. We’re going to do a lot with the hair. I love being able to let it flow and be wavy because that’s my go-to look, but we’re going to try some fun things—incorporating braids and updos. I like to be adventurous. I’ll see along the way what inspires us, if we want to add some cool materials thrown in the hair with a braid. We’ll see.”

On maintaining a healthy mane:
“One of the most important things for me is my hair. I’ve always been about my hair, and I love that my mom and my nana taught me how to take care of it myself. It goes through a lot every day, but I try to keep it healthy. I have to admit, it can get a little dead on the ends. I like to leave conditioner on overnight sometimes—I’ll wrap it up and let it sit. I’m going to be able to do that on the road a lot, on the bus. I’m addicted to the Pantene Air Spray. There’s no alcohol in it, so I literally just coat my hair in it before I go on stage. I do my dramatic hair flip, and I just coat it. It doesn’t feel like it’s damaging my hair, I can tell.”

On staying hydrated, wherever you are:
“I always have water, tons of water. It’s even in my bathroom because I used to be so bad at drinking water and I want to stay hydrated. I have a juicer I’m staring at right now, so I always have my vegetables and my fruit for the juicer. I do two carrots, ginger, I do one piece of celery—I know, that’s lame, but one—and then half of a beet. Those are the things I always keep around.”

On curating the ideal dressing room:
“I love having the same aroma in every room because it makes you feel like you’re at home, no matter where you are. I have two humidifiers, and I mix eucalyptus and lavender oil for every room I come into—even my bus. I’m also about lighting, so everything has to feel very cozy and warm. I love to set the mood; that‘s kind of my thing.”

Source: VOGUE



Selena Gomez Donating Proceeds From Revival Tour to Lupus Research
Posted by admin           on May 5           tags: Article, Interview, Updates

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Back in 2013, Selena Gomez canceled parts of her Stars Dance Tour after she was diagnosed with lupus and had to undergo chemotherapy treatment. Now, nearly three years later, Gomez is about to hit the road again on the Revival Tour, and this time she’ll donate proceeds from each ticket sold to the Alliance for Lupus Research, according to her representative.

Based in New York, ALR is a national voluntary health organization whose mission is to find better treatments and ultimately prevent lupus. Gomez’s camp says ALR was selected because of its broad reach. Gomez revealed her lupus diagnosis in a 2015 Billboard cover story.

For her Revival Tour — which kicks off Friday in Las Vegas — Gomez is ready to be back on the stage and the center of attention. “This show is so centered around me, and I mean that in a way of confidence, of strength,” Gomez says. “It has a beautiful feel to it, but it is about me, so if I wanted to come in one day and say I want to change [a song in the show] or add this, I can do that. That’s the first time I’ve ever really been able to do that in my life. And I feel, I feel great about it. It’s not me making sure I hit all the dance moves.

“There’s so much I want to prove to myself for this tour and it’s just based on me, it’s based on my voice, it’s based on what I say to my crowd,” she adds. “That’s all I really want.”

With regards to the set list for the show, the pop star says she had a “clear vision” for the tour: “Seventy percent of my audience are the people that I’ve had with me from the beginning, but I know that a big portion of [the crowd] will be people who’ve never been to one of my concerts before, so I obviously kept that in mind.”

Gomez says she’s very “excited” for fans to hear the new version of “Come and Get It” that she’ll be performing during the show, which is mostly focused around the Revival album. “We just sprinkled in only three old songs, so it’s just the new material, which is how I wanted it to be. We may add in a few things as well, surprise-wise, but we’ll figure it out.”

Gomez’s globe-trotting Revival Tour has shows scheduled through Dec. 18, with dates in North America, Asia and Europe.

Source: Billboard



Leaving The Mark Hotel in New York City – 2nd May
Posted by admin           on May 3           tags: Candids, Gallery Updates

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Selena was seen leaving The Mark Hotel in New York City on the 2nd of May. I’ve added 22 UHQ photos of her to our gallery. Don’t forget to check them out below:

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