Selena Gomez Breaks The Internet With Make-Up Free Selfie

Selena Gomez has to be one of the most beautiful people on the planet, but her latest selfie has sent fans into a frenzy as she looked totally stunning with her bare face.

Now, we all know Selena Gomez, the star began her acting career in 2002 as a child on the PBS children’s TV series Barney & Friends.

Selena subsequently flourished as a young Disney channel star, leading productions such as Wizards of Waverley Place and Princess Protection Program.

And since then, the actress has gone on to release music for Disney projects, including singing the theme song for Wizards of Waverly Place.

But it wasn’t long before the actress went on to make a name for herself away from children’s entertainment.

Notable roles of hers include Spring Breakers, and more recently the TV series Only Murders in the Building.

The actress-turned-singer began bagging heaps of popularity, and in 2017 she sold over 7 million albums and twenty-two million singles worldwide.

She has also proved herself to be an astute businesswoman, with her brand Rare Beauty having quickly become a cult classic among makeup lovers.

By 2020, Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world, proving she’s unstoppable in every way.

Selena is known for being one of the most authentic people in showbiz, and her latest Instagram post proved to be no different.

The ‘Single Soon’ songstress shared a makeup-free selfie, which left fans in awe of the star.

In the snap, she appeared makeup-free wearing a black T-shirt sat on a cream sofa. The star’s hair was up, but had not been styled, instead letting her gorgeous natural curls steal the show.

Although Selena didn’t caption the post, it appears she didn’t need to as fans were falling over their own feet to rush to comment.

One fan wrote: “She is more beautiful without makeup.”

A second asked: “Why so pretty?”

While a third wrote: “Beautiful and natural.”

“This is called looking good when you don’t care whether you look good or not,” a fourth put.

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