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The former Disney star sheds tears after performing 'Love Will Remember', a track off 'Stars Dance' album which is allegedly about ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber.
The former Disney star falls after landing on an uneven part of the stage when jumping and dancing to her hit single 'Slow Down'.
The former Disney star voices her own opinion about what the Kiwi artist calls 'feminism', saying, 'It's not feminism if you're tearing down another artist.'
The 'Come and Get It' hitmaker lends her voice to the track that will be featured in the 'Stand by Me' singer's upcoming 'Soy El Mismo' album.
The singer's visa request was turned down by Russian officials over her support for the gay community.
Selena reportedly flew boyband Union J to one of her shows in Portugal and spent a night with George, causing him to miss his flight back home.
The former Disney star is joining previously announced performers, will.i.am and Timbaland, who are both set to perform on September 26.
Spanish-language comedy 'Instructions Not Included', meanwhile, pulls off box-office shocker by making it to the top 5.
The 'Spring Breakers' star and Ethan Hawke are on hand for the promotional effort of their latest action movie at Regency Village Theatre.
The former Disney darling wins Best Pop Video for 'Come and Get It', while the 'Can't Hold Us' rap duo snatches their first Moonman with Best Hip Hop Video.
The 'Come and Get It' singer and the 1D band members share wins in Fashion categories at the Teen Choice Awards.
The British 'X Factor' alum takes home surfboard trophies in four different categories while the former Disney star wins three.
Gomez wears a Cushnie et Ochs dress with thigh-high slits, Dobrev bares her cleavage in a J. Mendel top and pants, and Lucy Hale shows her midriff in a Houghton top and skirt.
Selling 97,000 in its first week, 'Stars Dance' gives the former Disney star her first No. 1 album and her best sales week.
The former Disney star's latest release is set to kick Jay-Z's 'Magna Carta... Holy Grail' from Billboard 200's No. 1 after selling nearly 100,000 copies in its first week.