Selena Gomez made a striking comeback at the American Music Awards with her vibrant and daring style. The 27-year-old pop star graced the red carpet after two years, posing for selfies and flaunting her figure in a form-fitting fluorescent green dress. She completed her look with matching green shoes and debuted her shoulder-length hair. Not only did she stun on the red carpet, but Selena is also set to open the show with her first live television performance in two years. This is not the first time the singer has performed at the AMAs; she previously took the stage in 2014, 2015, and 2017, where she sang her hit song “Wolves”.
According to a fan page, the singer recently got a tattoo on her thigh featuring two hands in prayer with a rosary. Although it was not visible during her appearance at the AMAs, Gomez shared pictures of the new ink. Despite not releasing a solo album since 2015’s “Revival,” Gomez released a new emotional ballad titled “Lose You to Love Me” in late October, followed by a surprise up-tempo track called “Look at Her Now” the next day.
According to reports, Selena Gomez has recently released two songs that revolve around the theme of a failed relationship, believed to be based on her tumultuous romance with ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber. Many other famous personalities like Camila Cabello, Gigi Hadid and more have come forward to support Taylor Swift amidst the ongoing feud with Big Machine.
Despite not being a nominee for the AMA this year, Selena Gomez has achieved a significant accomplishment in her music career. Her latest single “Lose You to Love Me” hit No. 1 on the charts, with an impressive 38.8 million streams in the U.S. during its first week of release, as reported by Billboard.
Selena Gomez expressed her gratitude on Instagram for her first number one song, which is very special to her heart. She mentioned that she has worked hard to make her album honest, fun, and vulnerable enough to share where she is in life. She also thanked everyone who was a part of the moment that she will never forget. After undergoing kidney transplant surgery due to her lupus condition two years ago, Gomez has been taking great care of herself. This year, she made a comeback to the music scene. The 2019 American Music Awards will be broadcasted on ABC live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 24, at 8 PM EST.