All Is Well Between Selena Gomez And Hailey Bieber And This Gesture By The Latter Proves The Same
Hailey Baldwin and Selena Gomez (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Hailey Bieber might be warming up to Selena Gomez after all. Ever since the singer dropped her two singles rumoured to be a reflection of her relationship with Justin Bieber and it's effects on her. It was speculated that Hailey was not happy with Selena's songs, Lose You To Love Me and Look At Her Now. However, things seem to be getting better now as Hailey has liked Selena's look from her American Music Awards 2019 performance. Selena Gomez Jokes About Getting Married To 68-Year-Old Actor Bill Murray And The Internet Is Not Taking It Lightly!

Basically, Hailey liked a short video clip featuring Selena's look for the AMAs by makeup artist Hung Vanngo on his Instagram. For the uninitiated, Selena donned glitter-clad eyes but kept the rest of the look as simple as possible. In fact, she wore a full-length, long sleeve black gown and performed on her recent two releases. Considering how the song is am emotional ballad highlighting Selena's side of the story about one of her relationships, the camera work with it's black and white filters further made the performance poignant. You can check out her look from the act below. Selena Gomez Opts For A Long-Sleeve Sequined Midi Marc Jacobs Dress And Rocks It With Utmost Panache - View Pics

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#SelenaGomez x #AMAS2019 ❤️🌟⚡️💫✨⭐️.

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It has been confirmed that ahead of her big AMAs performance, Selena actually endured a panic attack. Although many fans pointed out the possibility of her suffering from anxiety during her performance, a source confirmed with E! News that the songstress did suffer from anxiety and a panic attack before she made her way to the stage. While things might not be that cool between Selena and Bella Hadid (as the former dated The Weeknd), things sure seem to be looking good for Selena and Hailey's future as possible acquaintances, if not friends.