February 09, 2013 04:35:39 GMT
The 'Who Says' songstress invites her three Brazilian fans for an impromptu meet-and-greet in her SUV when she arrives at LAX.
Selena Gomez delighted some of her fans at LAX recently. When she arrived at the airport on Thursday night, February 7, she let three random fans, who were waiting for her outside the terminal, have an impromptu meet-and-greet with her in her private SUV.
Gomez arrived at LAX, walked through a bunch of paparazzi and fans, and went straight to her waiting car. After she got in, the three girls continued screaming out the singer's name. She opened the window and motioned for the girls to come over. They came in a rush and hopped in as Gomez opened the door for them. Gomez's security guard quickly pulled them out, but then he stopped after she waved him off. The car then left with Gomez and the girls inside.
The lucky fans were from Brazil and claimed that they were Gomez's die-hard fans. They hoped to meet Justin Bieber's ex-girlfriend outside her airport terminal. Gomez let them into her car to sign autographs and take pictures together before she dropped them off at a different terminal.
"@StopHateSG shut up, I waited 12 hours at the airport to see her, and she gave me the best 5 minutes of my life. She's the best, that's all," Ladi Anne, one of the lucky fans, tweeted. "SELENA GOMEZ IS THE MOST AMAZING GIRL EVER! She just took me and my 2 Brazilian friends to a car ride at the airport!!!! Omg , now I love you to death."
Another lucky fan tweeted along with a picture of her and Gomez, "Selena Gomez is the most amazing girl ever. There were about 30 paparazzi around her so she couldn't stop to talk to any fan, when she got in the car, she took me and two friends to a car ride with her. I couldn't believe I was in the car with Selena, she's sooooo nice and sweet! Omg, amazing experience!"
Gomez's rep said the event was not a publicity stunt. The 20-year-old girl let the fans in her SUV because they wanted to get her autograph and possibly a few pics and the scene was too chaotic curbside.