Selena Gomez made a uncommon red-carpet look at tonight’s MTV Video Music Awards in celebration of her three nominations—and he or she regarded completely beautiful whereas doing it.
The pop star made an entrance at New Jersey’s Prudential Heart in a glamorous spring robe by Oscar de la Renta. The daring piece was composed completely of flower-shaped appliqués that fell right into a fringe practice, which swished romantically as she walked, and included a plunging balconette bra neckline and a excessive leg slit. Gomez let the robe do the speaking, pairing it solely with strappy pink sandals, white diamond floral earrings, and an identical diamond floral ring.
For her glam, the hitmaker opted for a slicked-down straight ’do, a bronze smoky eye, and rosy make-up. Make-up artist Hung Vanngo shared a backstage video of her look on Instagram, and he or she shared a snap of herself en path to the occasion on her Instagram Story.
Gomez’s look tonight marks the primary time she’s attended the VMAs since 2015. In recent times, she has opted to skip the award present, most definitely as a result of she didn’t obtain many nominations. Since then, she has launched loads of new music, together with her newest summer time hit, “Single Quickly.” And, she just lately revealed to followers on Instagram, she is on the point of drop her subsequent album.
Tonight, Gomez is up for an award within the classes of Greatest Music, Greatest Collaboration, and Greatest Afrobeats, all for her and Rema’s viral monitor “Calm Down.” For Music of the 12 months, she is up in opposition to Miley Cyrus’s “Flowers,” Olivia Rodrigo’s “Vampire,” Sam Smith and Kim Petras’s “Unholy,” Steve Lacy’s “Dangerous Behavior,” SZA’s “Kill Invoice,” and greatest buddy Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero.”
Rosa Sanchez is the senior information editor at Harper’s Bazaar, engaged on information because it pertains to leisure, style, and tradition. Beforehand, she was a information editor at ABC Information and, previous to that, a managing editor of celeb information at American Media. She has additionally written options for Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, Forbes, and The Hollywood Reporter, amongst different retailers.