Selena Gomez Goes Blonde For AMAs 'Wolves' Performance

11-24-2017
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Selena Gomez

(Radio.com) It's been a rollercoaster year for Selena Gomez, who underwent kidney transplant surgery this summer and recently broke up with her boyfriend, The Weeknd. As fans speculate whether she and former flame Justin Bieber are back on, Gomez took the stage at the 2017 American Music Awards for her first television performance of the year.

Selena performed "Wolves," her new collaboration with EDM producer Marshmello. The creepy set was staged in as a forest, where a blonde Selena and a troupe of backup dancers who seemed lost after a car accident.

The performance was introduced by Julia Michaels, who co-wrote Selena's song "Bad Liar." Michaels described Gomez as "one of the most incredible women I know."

"She is the epitome of love and strength, and I'm glad I get to call this beautiful person my friend," Michaels said.Read more here.

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