The former Disney star is about to sing 'Slow Down', a track off her 'Stars Dance' album, when the sound cuts off.
Selena Gomez had an awkward moment when hitting the stage of "The View" on Thursday, October 17. The 21-year-old singer's performance on the ABC talk show was interrupted as she had some "technical difficulties."
Gomez was all ready to sing "Slow Down" when the trouble occured. The sound cut off and the singer can be heard talking to her backing band during the long awkward silence, "I can't hear... I can't hear myself."
"The View" host Jenny McCarthy later entered the stage to save the show. She told the audience that they were "gonna go on a commercial break."
The problem was eventually fixed and Gomez could continue her performance. Donning a silky crop top, the former Disney star delivered an energetic performance of the sexy song which was taken from her "Stars Dance" album.
After the show, McCarthy addressed the incident on Twitter, saying, "Holy crap. Technical difficulties today on #theview. Selena was a good sport with the pandemonium. Love her."
It's not the first embarrassing moment Gomez experienced when performing "Slow Down". Earlier this week, the "Spring Breakers" actress took a little tumble when singing the track during her concert in Fairfax, Virginia.
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