Selena showed us another side of herself on May 23, turning in an intimate, sultry performance of her hit single on BBC’s ‘The Graham Norton Show.’ Now we can’t decide which Selena we love more!
We’ve ranted constantly about how much we’ve loved Selena Gomez’s epic performances of “Come & Get It” at awards shows like the MTV VMAs, the Radio Disney Music Awards, and the Billboard Music Awards — her bindis forever have our hearts. But Selena broke out a simpler rendition of the song for The Graham Norton Show on May 23, and it was just as amazing!
Selena Gomez Rocks ‘The Graham Norton Show’
Selena took the small stage without any backup dancers (or bindis) this time — just her and her band. She was looking seriously smoking in a two-piece black and gold number that temptingly showed off just a hint of her midriff.
The song had much more of a notable rock feel to it this time around, and while the stage may have been smaller, the performance’s energy was as high as ever.
Selena remained with the mic for the whole song, focusing on singing rather than any choreography.
While the audience might be smaller, and the pressure seems reduced, it is actually harder to really nail such an intimate performance. With such a bare setup, what’s actually on display is magnified, so any small mistakes seem huge. But Selena seemed to thrive in the moment, and her energy was captured perfectly in her fierce facial expressions throughout the song.
Selena Gomez Has Dinner With Jaden Smith
Jaden had also been on the BBC show, so the two friends decided to grab dinner at Hakkasan in downtown London. Selena even wore her amazing outfit from the performance to the restaurant!
What do you think of Selena’s stripped-down rendition, HollywoodLifers? Do you like it more intimate like this? Let us know!
WATCH: Selena Gomez On ‘The Graham Norton Show’
— Andrew Gruttadaro
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