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Selena Gomez Reportedly Dating Union J's Member George Shelley

September 16, 2013 04:09:36 GMT

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.


Selena Gomez Reportedly Dating Union J's Member George Shelley
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Selena Gomez apparently has moved on from her past romance with Justin Bieber. The former Disney star is now romantically linked to Union J's member George Shelley. According to U.K.'s The Sun, the "Come & Get It" singer asked her management to invite George's band to perform at one of her shows in Portugal last week.

Selena later was said hosting a private party at her Lisbon hotel suite and invited Union J members as well as her crew. "She invited all the Union J boys and some other members of her entourage to her room and they had a great time drinking and dancing. Selena and George were all over each other and things got very heated," a source said.

"Everyone else left the room at 2 A.M. so they were able to spend the night together," the source added. George reportedly went back to U.K. without other members because he missed his flight. "Nobody was annoyed with George. After all, he's been pursued by one of the biggest pop stars in the world - it's any lad's dream come true," the source explained.

Back in June, Selena sent a video message to George when the band appeared on CBBC's "Friday Download", telling the 20-year-old singer to give her a call. "I was in London for a bit and I'm actually really bummed I missed you. So next time, maybe give me a call?" she said.

Meanwhile, British singer George revealed in August that he wanted to take the "Stars Dance" singer to the beach when they met in Lisbon. "I will try to call Selena beforehand so it's not too awkward when we meet. My perfect date would be to go the beach at night. We could have a little bonfire," he told Daily Mirror.

© AceShowbiz.com




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