“Double the Celebration: Selena Gomez Marks Her 31st Birthday Twice with a “On Wednesdays We Wear Pink” Themed Party”

"On Wednesdays we wear pink": Selena Gomez celebrates her 31st birthday twice (Image via Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez marked her 31st birthday in grand style, celebrating twice with incredible pomp and grandeur. The pop star shared the momentous occasion on Instagram, showcasing the amazing time she had with her loved ones on her special day. Her birthday celebration was a star-studded affair, with A-list celebrities like Paris Hilton and Christina Aguilera in attendance. Selena amped up her birthday by celebrating it twice, with the second celebration involving a screening of Barbie with her friends. She exuded Barbiecore as all of them were clothed in vibrant pinks, the Barbie-approved color code for the screening. For her first birthday celebration, Selena wore a strapless red mini dress with 3D floral details, which garnered quite the media attention. The “Calm Down” singer picked her birthday dress from the Bottega Veneta Spring Summer 2023 collection. She chose to wear the dress without gloves and paired it with black strappy sandals, giving off peak Leo vibes. Her Instagram post of her wearing the piece was simply captioned “31”.

Selena Gomez in a red strapless mini dress with 3D floral details from the Bottega Veneta Spring 2023 show (Images via Getty and Instagram/@selenagomez)

Selena Gomez looked stunning in a red strapless mini dress from the Bottega Veneta Spring 2023 show, featuring 3D floral details. The singer celebrated her birthday with friends, dancing, blowing out candles, and posing for pictures. Despite the festive atmosphere, Selena remained humble and grateful for her life, especially for the positive impact she has made through her Rare Impact Fund. In an inspirational Instagram post, Selena reflected on her true passion in life – giving back to people. She also encouraged friends and fans who wish to give her something on her birthday to donate to the Rare Impact Fund instead, so that it can support her cause of increasing access to mental health services for young people.

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