written by Wanda

Leggy Selena Gomez On Stage In Uruguay

This is the second time Selena Gomez has hit the stage in either this outfit or one very similar to it and much like the first time, she looks absolutely adorable but I’m not entirely sure I like the wardrobe choice. It does flatter her, highlighting her lovely legs but I think I would’ve liked it more had the long half skirt (or perhaps train?) had either not been attached or gone the whole way around. Regardless, Selena looks lovely onstage in Montevideo, Uruguay and looks like she’s putting on a great show. There has been a lot of talk about the new ring she’s sporting on that ‘special’ finger but I’m going to leave that subject alone. Whatever the story is there, I hope she is as happy as she deserves to be. I think this lady is fantastic.


  • I guess it’s a performance outfit, which is why she’s wearing it again, and will probably repeat it. Second time round, I like it even less. And I don’t think the shoes go with it either. But essentially, she probably really likes the outfit or else she wouldn’t wear it, and that’s more important.

  • Oh, I just noticed the red outfit she has on in some of the photos. It kinda looks similar too, don’t you think, Wanda? I prefer it though. It goes round a lot more and looks more like a dress.

    • I missed the red dress until you mentioned it. I guess I was too focused on the blue outfit. I like the red one more as well even though it is quite similar in style. Perhaps she just really likes the style and wanted a variety of colors. It does look nice on her. Just not my favorite look, I suppose.

  • Easy to miss as there are only a few pics of her in red. Yep, definitely similar in style – the pants (or shorts?) look like the same material. Though the red looks better to me, I think it would have been better as a dress with a split rather than the shorts showing.

  • Maybe the ring he gave her is just a ring, or maybe not. Guess we’ll find out soon enough. I love Selena, but I don’t like the outfit. I don’t know, it’s like a gown the designer couldn’t be bothered to finish.