Selena Gomez Selfie without make-up

Selena Gomez Shares Make-Up Free Selfie On Instagram

We all know Selena Gomez is a beautiful young woman, but have you ever seen her without make-up? Neither have we and she is just as beautiful.

Over the weekend, Selena had the desire of letting the world know what she looks like without a hint of make-up and boy does she look stunning.

Selena Gomez is seen wearing a low cut, black tank top and her long brown hair is down, as she looks dreamily into the camera.

Who is she thinking about? Maybe ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber. Whoever it is, she had a cryptic message in her caption for the guy in question.

“I thought he only liked the Latina category. Smh (…) #nomakeup #hatewhengirlssaythat”

Interesting isn’t it? What could Selena Gomez be talking about?

Well, we will most likely never know, but what we do know is that the former Disney star is stunning without one ounce of make-up on her face.

If she is taking about Justin Bieber, it would come as no surprise because he seems to be a permanent fixture in the gossip columns of entertainment magazines for his misbehavior. It must be hard to avoid him.

Selena Gomez was fresh from her performance at the Dallas Cowboys Halftime Show, during their traditional Thanksgiving game against the Oakland Raiders on Thursday.

For her performance she was seen wearing lots of makeup and little clothes, with a red color, two-piece outfit as she was joined on stage with similarly, barely dressed Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders for a medley of her most popular songs.

Her presentation ended with her hit song “Come & Get It.”

As a native Texan, Selena Gomez said she was very excited to have been invited to perform at the Halftime Show as she grew up watching it with her family.

“I’m from Texas, so I’m a little nervous, I’m not going to lie. But I’m very honored and I hope that we come—me, my dancers and my band—and we give Texas a really good show and I make them proud.”

Selena Gomez didn’t only perform, but also helped launch the Salvation Army’s 123rd annual Red Kettle campaign.

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