Selena Gomez not so perfect day in Paris: Wardrobe malfunction, stuck in an elevator

Selena Gomez not so perfect day in Paris: Wardrobe malfunction, stuck in an elevator

Selena Gomez truly made a huge fuzz at the end of the Fashion Week in Paris as her wardrobe malfunction stint and being stuck in an elevator hit social media and people getting a frenzy out of it.

TMZ reported a picture of the 23-year old singer and actress wearing a long and black coat. But here’s the catch, looking at the picture one can’t help notice that she is showing so much “flesh.” She even captioned the picture “Vibes,” but for most they might think she is not wearing any underwear.

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The post went buzzing everywhere and getting both positive and negative reactions as to how the young executive producer, philanthropist and fashion designer herself carried her self in public.

Capping the day’s activity in Paris, Gomez was in a ride of her life as she and other got stuck in an elevator. The actress-singer also posted a 19 second clip of their amazing adventure, wherein a guy pried open the elevator door that gave a sign of relief from the actress, who made her debut on the children’s series “Barney and Friends.”

She captioned the incident “That time we got stuck in an elevator in Paris.”

Good thing nobody panic during the whole ordeal, at least for the elevator scene unlike the wardrobe one wherein Gomez showed off like a ramp model.

Gomez signed with Interscope Records and has released her new album “Revival,” that debuted at number one in the US and features the top-ten singles hit “Good for You,” “Same old Love,” and “Hands to Myself.”

Beyond entertainment, Gomez has ventured into other endeavors. She has worked with numerous organizations for charitable causes, and has most notably worked with UNICEF for several years. She formed her own production company, July Moon Productions, in 2008. In late 2010, Gomez launched a clothing line she called “Dream Out Loud” through Kmart; the brand features all material that was made from eco-friendly or recycled material.

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