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WE Day California in Los Angeles

Today (19), Selena Gomez attended the annual WE Day in Los Angeles, California. Check all the pictures in our gallery:

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Selena Gomez for Harper’s Bazaar March

Wearing a dress designed by Coach, Selena Gomez is on cover of Harper’s Bazaar USA, Marc issue. And with that, the muse gave a interview full of confessions, check bellow:

At 25, Selena Gomez has faced her share of obstacles and emerged stronger than ever. She tells Katherine Langford—star of the Gomez-produced Netflix series 13 Reasons Why—what she has learned along the way.

KATHERINE: What’s the best part of being a performer in 2018?

SELENA: I feel like it’s become a much safer place to express your concerns or even just to have the right to say, you know, “I’m not sure I feel comfortable in this environment.” On a personal level, having done this since I was seven, it’s probably the most comfortable I’ve ever felt. Even in auditions I feel like I’m way more confident than I would’ve been in the past. I’m not focused on the things that I used to be like, “Do I look old enough? Do I look sexy enough? Do I look cool enough? Am I nice enough, graceful enough?” Those sorts of things would come into my mind, but now I feel a little more liberated.

KATHERINE: You became famous in your early teens. Is there anything you feel you missed out on?

SELENA: I’ve spent probably too much time thinking about how my life could’ve been, so now I try to just have a sense of gratitude for how it is. I’ve never wanted to be the kind of person who’s like, “Oh, I wish I had a different life.” This is just kind of how it worked out for me. I’m at the point where I know the value of my privacy, and I understand how the system works, and once I realized and accepted that part of it I’ve become a little bit more fearless. I view it as a small price to pay for being able to have the life I have now.

KATHERINE: This is Harper’s Bazaar, so we need to talk fashion. Are you a shoe girl or a bag girl?

SELENA: Oh, I’m both, and I always have been. Even when I was younger and wore backpacks, I was so excited to get a Betsey Johnson one. It seemed so much more exciting to me than clothes. And I absolutely love cool shoes. I always felt like what I wore didn’t matter unless I had a cool pair of shoes to go with it.

KATHERINE: What was your first major fashion purchase?

SELENA: A Louis Vuitton laptop bag right after I got my first big check on my own. I remember being so scared that I was gonna mess it up, and pretending I was some little businesswoman who needed to carry all her important things, even though it was just for my lip gloss and laptop.

KATHERINE: You’ve grown into quite the fashion plate. How would you describe your personal style?

SELENA: Definitely casual. Even if I’m not working out, I look like I’m working out. [Laughs]

KATHERINE: You’re the undisputed queen of Insta, of course. How do you draw the line between the public and the private Selena?

SELENA: I have a complex relationship with Instagram, to say the least. It has given me a voice amid all the noise of people trying to narrate my life for me and allows me to say, “Hey, I’m gonna post this, and this is gonna take care of the 1,200 stories that people think are interesting but actually aren’t, and aren’t even true.” So it empowers me in that way because it’s my words and my voice and my truth. The only thing that worries me is how much value people our age place on social media. It’s an incredible platform, but in a lot of ways it’s given young people, myself included, a false representation of what’s important. So, yeah, it’s a complex relationship. Probably one of my most difficult relationships.

KATHERINE: What is a typical Saturday night for you?

SELENA: It depends. If I’m in the mood for sister time, I’ll be with my sister, Gracie. She’s more mature than me in a lot of ways, and she’s four. [Laughs] If I want to hang out with my friends, I don’t really go to a lot of trendy places, so people know they shouldn’t really invite me to those places ’cause I’m not gonna go. I like going to nice restaurants, but I’m also into Chili’s. I love going to Chili’s and having queso and chips. I also love dancing. I really do. I love looking like a fool with my friends.

KATHERINE: How important is your Mexican heritage?

SELENA: Extremely. I look at myself in the mirror every day and think, “Man, I wish I knew more Spanish.” I’ll never forget when I was doing my TV show [Wizards of Waverly Place]; I think I was 15 or 16. We would do these live tapings every Friday, and one Friday there was this single mother with her four kids. She was Latin, and she came up to me after, crying. Her kids were so excited, but I noticed the mom, so I gave her a hug and asked, “Hey, are you okay?” And she was like, “It’s really incredible for my daughters to see that a Latina woman can be in this position and achieve her dreams, someone who isn’t the typical, you know, blonde with blue eyes.” And I knew what she meant. When I was younger my idol was Hilary Duff! I remember wanting blue eyes too. So I think I recognized then that it meant something to people. That it matters. Even recently I’ve experienced things with my dad that were racially charged. Most of the time, though, I try to separate my career from my culture because I don’t want people to judge me based on my looks when they have no idea who I am. And now more than ever, I’m proud of it. But I still need to learn Spanish. [Laughs]

KATHERINE: Millennials take a lot of heat for being spoiled and lacking direction. Do you think we get a bad rap?

SELENA: I think millennials are a hell of a lot smarter than we’re given credit for. We’re more aware than we let on, and more exposed to everything that’s out there in the world, just from growing up on the Web, which is a little scary to think about.

KATHERINE: What do you think distinguishes our generation from the ones that came before?

SELENA: Mainly I think it’s the freedom to express ourselves and be who we are in an unapologetic way. Thanks to the Internet, no matter who you are, you know you’re not alone. Maybe a young boy or girl growing up in the South or wherever is confused and terrified to be who they are because they don’t think it’s right. Now they can see all around them people living free of pain, of hidden agendas, of secrets. I think secrets kill people, I really do. You end up trying to cover up so much of who you are for the sake of your family or whoever, and you think you’re bad for being different. So it’s powerful to see our generation breaking those boundaries and encouraging other people to do the same. There’s a sense of freedom that past generations weren’t able to have.

KATHERINE: Who’s your biggest female role model?

SELENA: Meryl Streep has always been one of my idols because of her elegance and ability to always be true to herself but play these incredibly complex, difficult characters. I love how she carries herself. I feel the same way about Grace VanderWaal, who’s, like, 14 years old. I was at the Billboard Women in Music Awards last year with all these incredible women, but she was just radiant. She had this knowledge and wisdom about her that I wanted for myself. Oh, and I really love Amal Clooney. I know that sounds weird, but I’ve read a lot about her. She’s just incredible, the way she speaks and what she fights for. I guess I’m a bit all over the place.

KATHERINE: If you could trade places with any actress from the past, who would it be?

SELENA: Either Audrey Hepburn or Molly Ringwald in the ’80s. How amazing must that have been? She was a redhead and had freckles and was so incredibly cool. I still want to dress like her in Pretty in Pink.

KATHERINE: Do you think 2018 will be a better year than the one we just had?

SELENA: I’m going to say yes because I believe that for myself. And anyone who knows me knows I will always start with my health and my well-being. I’ve had a lot of issues with depression and anxiety, and I’ve been very vocal about it, but it’s not something I feel I’ll ever overcome. There won’t be a day when I’m like, “Here I am in a pretty dress—I won!” I think it’s a battle I’m gonna have to face for the rest of my life, and I’m okay with that because I know that I’m choosing myself over anything else. I’m starting my year off with that thought. I want to make sure I’m healthy. If that’s good, everything else will fall into place. I don’t really set goals ’cause I don’t want to be disappointed if I don’t reach them, but I do want to work on my music too. My next album has been forever in the making. When people ask me why, I’m honest about it: It’s because I haven’t been ready. I mean, point-blank, I don’t feel confident enough in where my music is yet. If that takes 10 years, then it takes 10 years. I don’t care. Right now I just want to be super intentional with all of the things I’m doing.

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CANDIDS: Selena Gomez and Theresa Marie in Los Angeles

On February 07, Selena Gomez was spotted arriving and leving the iHope in Los Angeles with Theresa Marie. Check all the pictures:

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CANDIDS: Selena Gomez out in New York

Today, January 7, Selena Gomez was seen with her friends heading to an helicopter in New York. Check all the pics in our gallery:

Welcome again to SelenaGomezDaily.org

Hello, guys! I’ve decided to re-open the site and keep it. I love Selena with all my heart and I really missed SelenaGomezDaily.org. The gallery is updated with every photo of Sel that’s been missing. I really want to thank you for the views – over 120,000. The next thing that I’m planning to add is all appearances and events of Selena through the years. A lot of new things are coming, don’t forget to visit us again!

& we also have a new layout – a premade by MonicaNDesign and a header by YeahSource.

Sneak peak of ‘Wolves’ official video

Earlier today Selena uploaded a sneak peak of the official video of her newest song, ‘Wolves‘. Don’t forget that Sel will be performing the song live for the first time at the AMAs on 19th of November. More information soon.

Latest candids added

I’m sorry for the lack of updates the last few days, but I’m here. I updated the gallery with the latest candids of Selena. Check them out below.

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Selena Gomez named Billboard’s 2017 Woman of the Year

The singer will be honored at the annual Women in Music dinner and awards gala on Nov. 30.

Selena Gomez is Billboard’s 2017 Woman of the Year.

The two-time Billboard 200 chart-leader will be presented with the award Nov. 30 at the annual Women in Music dinner and awards gala, held at the Ray Dolby Ballroom in Los Angeles.

Gomez, an award-winning singer, producer and actress, will join an all-star cast of previous Woman of the Year honorees including Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Pink, Katy Perry, Fergie, Beyoncé and last year’s winner, Madonna, who delivered a moving speech that touched on feminism, sexism and much more.

“Not only is Selena soaring on the charts, but she continuously inspires young women everywhere to be authentic, give back and to not be afraid to use their voice,” said John Amato, president of The Hollywood Reporter-Billboard Media Group. “She is never afraid to speak her mind and has used her platform to advocate for the needs of others. We are thrilled to be able to honor her as our Woman of the Year.”

Gomez’ career has never been in better shape. In 2015 and 2016, she enjoyed top 10 Billboard Hot 100 smashes with “Same Old Love” and “Hands to Myself” and “We Don’t Talk Anymore.” The trend continues, with hits “Bad Liar,” “Fetish” (featuring Gucci Mane) and “It Ain’t Me” (with Kygo) in the past year.

Five of her albums have cracked the top 10 of the Billboard 200, with the studio albums Revival (2015) and Stars Dance (2013) leading the chart.  Not confined to music, Gomez also executive-produced the Netflix drama 13 Reasons Why, launched partnerships with Coach and Puma, and worked tirelessly across various philanthropic endeavors, from the Step Up Foundation to coaching for World Kindness Day, and raising more than $500,000 for the Lupus Research Alliance. Also, Gomez has been an active ambassador for UNICEF since 2009.

The prestigious event, held in conjunction with the publication of Billboard’s Women in Music issue, also recognizes the most powerful female executives in the industry. Additional Women in Music honorees will be unveiled in due course.

For the first time, the Women in Music event and a red-carpet pre-show will be broadcast live for on Twitter from 9pm-midnight EST on Nov. 30. Sponsors of the 2017 edition include Twitter, American Airlines, Iron Mountain Entertainment Services and Nielsen Music.

Selena Gomez speaks out about kidney transplant from her best friend Francia Raisa [Full HD Interview]

In an NBC News exclusive, TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie sat down with Selena Gomez and her best friend, Francia Raisa, to talk about the kidney transplant that Gomez says saved her life after she was diagnosed with lupus five years ago. “My kidneys were just done,” Gomez says in the emotional interview.

Selena Gomez splits from The Weeknd after 10 months of dating, and pictured with ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber

Selena Gomez has split from The Weeknd.

The Heart Wants What It Wants‘ hitmaker, 25, has gone her separate ways from the ‘Can’t Feel My Face‘ singer, 27, after just 10 months together.

A source told People magazine: “She and Abel have been going back and forth for a few months about their relationship. It’s been hard with him being on tour and her shooting in New York. That wasn’t easy on them.”

Selena has been spotted spending more time with her former flame Justin Bieber, 23, as of late – including visiting his house and going for breakfast with him – but they are not thought to be dating.

The famous pair have dated on and off for several years and were seen grabbing breakfast together at JOi Cafe in Westlake Village, CA, yesterday. The former couple seemed deep in conversation as Bieber tried to go incognito in a hoodie.

As source told Us Weekly: “They grabbed breakfast, blueberry smoothies with whipped cream, and were just talking—none of the staff really recognised them. Justin paid for both of them, they looked to be in a good mood, they just sat at a table and chatted for a while, no hand holding or anything, the conversation seemed lighthearted. They sat at a table inside where they had a little more privacy. They stayed for about 25 minutes before leaving together.”

But the reunion has not gone down well with Selena’s inner-circle.

A source close to Selena’s family told TMZ: “Justin is a vile human and will never be accepted by us. As long as she is even speaking to him in any way, it is not only disrespectful to everyone around her, it is disrespectful to herself.”

TMZ also claims that some members of Selena’s family believe Justin was the catalyst behind the depression that caused the starlet to check into rehab.

However, Selena isn’t taking her family’s feelings on-board – she’s been around Justin at least three times in the last week alone. The 25-year-old singer had previously opened up about her romance with The Weeknd, admitting she loves “tremendously big”.

She explained: “I’m the kind of of girl that loves tremendously big. I just have always been that girl. I will give my heart and my soul to the person that I love. It’s just how I operate. With that comes a lot, you know?”

During their relationship, Selena always saw The Weeknd – whose real name is Abel Tesfaye – as her best friend as well as her boyfriend.

She shared: “I don’t depend on one area of my life to make me happy. It’s really important for me to love and nourish my friends and family and to make sure that I never get influenced by a guy.

“I’ve wanted to be in a strong head space for years, and I really wasn’t. Before, I was so young and easily influenced, and I’d feel insecure. You want someone to add to your life, not to complete you, if that makes sense. I’m lucky because he’s more of a best friend than anything else.”