Selena also made it clear why she's not the type to have a quick engagement after first meeting someone.
Is it just a coincidence that some of these stars ended up having the same unique dyed hair as their ex's new beau?
Given the recent controversies surrounding Stefano Gabbana, some of Ashley Graham’s fans aren’t happy that she took part in a Dolce & Gabbana show.
The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star is under fire for posing with the Italian designer. "Why are you hanging out with a bully?"
Selena Gomez, photographer Steven Meisel and Creative Director Stuart Vevers have reunited once more for Coach's latest series of ads. Featuring Gomez alongside a crew of models and brand ambassadors from all over the world, the Fall 2018 campaign brings together New York City skylines with ...
Gomez's floral blue-and-white skirt and crop top combo was washed in the same print as the wrap dress Meghan Markle wore to Princess Diana's niece's wedding several weeks ago.
Catch up on the latest pop culture headlines, including an accusation of sexual assault against Sylvester Stallone.
Stefano Gabbana's comments about Selena Gomez's looks have sparked a backlash — but he doesn't seem all that sorry.
In just a few short weeks, stylish celebs from Selena Gomez to Gabrielle Union, Blake Lively, Tracee Ellis Ross and more have been spotted wearing the Loucite by Alison Lou playful jelly hoop earrings.
Makeup artist Hung Vanngo used standout products from upcoming Marc Jacobs collections on Gomez for the Met Gala. However, there's no need to wait to re-create her glow on the red carpet.
Despite initial backlash, Amy Schumer’s film “I Feel Pretty” has received a warm welcome. The film’s plot centers around a woman named Renee Barrett (played by Schumer) who is insecure about her appearance until she bumps her head in SoulCyle class and wakes up believing she’s gorgeous. In February, when the trailer for the film was released, people blasted the notion that Schumer — a white, blonde woman — could in any way be marginalized for her appearance and rejected the idea that brain damage is the only way women could love their bodies.