Selena Gomez Vogue April 2017 Cover

selena gomez vogue april 2017 cover
selena gomez vogue april 2017 cover

If you needed proof that Selena Gomez is all grown up (and the above Selena Gomez Vogue April 2017 Cover photo isn’t proof enough), pick up a copy of the April 2017 issue of Vogue magazine and check the photos of Selena inside.

Or you can swing buy Selena’s Instagram where she has posted some of the pictures. Like this one below where she’s wearing a gorgeous Coach red leather jacket with embroidery applique and floral shorts that look to fit more like boy short panties.

Wearing @coach for @voguemagazine !!

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Or this picture of Selena posing on a bicycle wearing a Tommy Hilfiger Off Shoulder Floral Bikini

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There’s a reason why Selena has more followers on Instagram than anyone else in the world, and it’s not just because of the “Selenators” who grew up watching her grow up on TV. You can bet a large number of Selena fans are people who are just attracted to her youthful beauty and the way she comes off so fun and “real”.

Selena even talks about that realness in the vogue article, acknowledging that it is one of the reasons she has gotten where she is.

Via – “People so badly wanted me to be authentic,” she says, laying a tortilla in sizzling oil, “and when that happened, finally, it was a huge release. I’m not different from what I put out there. I’ve been very vulnerable with my fans, and sometimes I say things I shouldn’t. But I have to be honest with them. I feel that’s a huge part of why I’m where I am.”

Selena wearing Balenciaga matching top and pants.

Selena Gomez Vogue April 2017 cover shows a confident young woman who can have the world eating out of her hands if she wants to but doesn’t seem to take herself that seriously.

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