So long Justin Bieber. Selena might be eyeing a new man.
Selena Gomez has seen a lot of success in 2013, with a Billboard Number 1 for Come and Get It, a hit movie and her debut solo album Stars Dance performing solidly in the charts, the star has now taken the time to work on her personal life. And of course, in classic Selena style, the in-charge lady took it upon herself to ask out her maybe-new-crush, Union J’s George Shelley, The Mirror reports. In a brief (also quite adorable) video, played to Shelley in front of his bandmates, played to George at the weekend in front of his bandmates, the American singer said: “Hey, George, it’s Selena. I was in London for a bit and I’m bummed I missed you so next time give me call."
The young star has no trouble making the first move.
Of course, considering her jet-setting experience, it should be no trouble for Ms. Gomez to catch up with the Union J heartthrob at some place or another, before Union J kick off their first UK tour this December. In fact, the two will have plenty of time to hang out when Union J support Selena in Lisbon next month, at the first date off her European tour.
And how could she resist, really?
We could be witnessing the beginning of a brand new celebrity romance. Gelena? Seorge? In any case, it might be too early to plan the fan twitter handles just yet, because Shelley was apparently too shocked to even respond after witnessing the video. The budding celebrity told The Mirror: “Selena’s one of those massive celebrities who doesn’t even know you exist, so I was gob-smacked.
“I thought it was a lookalike at first. I could feel my cheeks going red and the lads laughed at me.”
The angelic singer was "gob-smacked" at the invitation.
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