Selena Gomez Dazzles in Blue Frock for Business Dinner

Selena Gomez Dazzles in Blue Frock for Business Dinner

Her on-again off-again boyfriend Justin Bieber was pictured partying shirtless on a yacht over the weekend. But Selena Gomez isn’t letting the news get her down. The 21-year-old has turned her attention to her work, and dazzled in a blue frock as she atteneded a business dinner in New York on Tuesday night.Selena Gomez Blue Frock The former child star displayed her slender legs in the fitted dress which featured a high collar and short sleeves. Selena Gomez wore pointy beige heels and carried a dainty black clutch. She styled her long brown hair loose waves and opted for silver eyeshadow and glossy rose-tinted lips. Selena allegedly was attending a business meeting at ABC Kitchen in Manhattan and spent three hours at the establishment. Selena Gomez The singer is no doubt focusing on her work in light of pictures showing her boyfriend Justin partying it up with bikini-clad women in Miami. She appears to be going through an emotional time at present. On Monday evening, she shared a picturesque shot of an outdoor water scene on Instagram with the cryptic caption: ‘Always said I was going to end up there, but I guess that’s where it was meant to end.Selena Gomez Fitted DressShe also posted a video of herself with a microphone showing a sad and pensive Selena playing a piano, along with another mysterious caption: ‘I don’t know. I’m on my way you know.’ In addition, Selena took a screenshot of the comments alongside the video, posting them upside down and highlighting one in particular which read:  ‘I love you. don’t let anything or anyone bring you down. you are worth it. We are here for you. It hurts us seeing you sad.Selena Gomez Posing snapIntriguingly, another comment reads:  ‘Girl, LET HIM GO! It’s a toxic…’ perhaps in relation to the star’s on-off relationship with Justin Bieber. She captioned the shot: ‘You’re always listened to,’ while a further selfie showed half of her face in front of a palm tree with the words: ‘you’re usually always right.’

Source: Dailymail

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