“Gone are the teen queen days! Selena Gomez steals the spotlight in London with daring leather hotpants”

She has two exclusive performances scheduled in London this weekend to showcase her latest album. However, Selena Gomez’s bold attire definitely stole the spotlight as much as her music did when she graced the stage at the newly renovated Hammersmith Apollo on Saturday evening.
The audience was left in awe as the 21-year-old singer kicked off her performance in tight leather hotpants, delivering hits from her current album “Stars Dance”. Paired with a casual white top, sheer tights, and chunky gold chains around her neck, Selena’s urban-inspired ensemble made a strong fashion statement.

Selena Gomez performs at the Hammersmith Apollo on Saturday night

Selena topped off her outfit with some stylish mid-length black boots as she kicked off her performance with popular songs like Come Get It, Slow Down, and Love Will Remember. The talented singer had recently arrived in the UK from Paris for her ongoing Stars Dance world tour, announcing her arrival on Twitter to her massive 17 million followers. “Hey London,” she tweeted excitedly before hitting the stage for two completely sold-out shows in the city.

Selena, 21, looks good in black hot-pants as she performs at the first of two sold out shows in London on Saturday night

Selena stands out as she performs with her dancers on Saturday night

Apart from her music endeavors, Selena has been busy promoting her latest film Getaway, where she shares the screen with renowned actors Ethan Hawke and Jon Voight. Unfortunately, the thriller hasn’t quite hit the mark at the box office, receiving harsh criticism from reviewers since its release in the US on August 30th. In a candid interview with the New York Daily News, Selena, who was previously in a high-profile relationship with Justin Bieber, opens up about the challenges of dealing with ongoing rumors and gossip about her personal life.

Selena looks stunning as she performs at the Hammersmith Apollo

“It does affect me,” she admitted. “As a human, it’s hard not to feel the emotions when people talk about you. It’s never a great feeling because most of the time it’s just false rumors, not reality.”

“In real life, I simply drive my car to the store to buy groceries. But in the media world, it becomes this whole mysterious thing like, ‘Oh, she’s driving to some secret location.’ It gets distorted, so I try to keep good people around me. I’m very selective,” she explained.

“The most challenging part is finding someone who will love me for who I really am, without any of the external factors,” she added.

The singer performs an array of tracks from her latest album

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