Selena Gomez stunned followers on the Coldplay live performance by getting on stage and singing with Chris Martin and H.E.R. The previous Disney Channel star, 31, joined her fellow musicians on the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California on October 1 and belted out a part of her 2021 Coldplay collaboration, “Let Any individual Go.” Selena’s vocals sounded unimaginable in fan videos from the live performance. She wore a black outfit with silver hoop earrings and let her darkish brunette hair down.
After the present, Selena posted a mirror selfie on her Instagram Story, and wrote, “Thanks @coldplay @hermusicofficial for a tremendous evening!” Selena additionally shared snippets from her shock stage efficiency with Chris, 46, and H.E.R, 26, on her IG Tales.
Selena Gomez singing ‘Let Any individual Go’ with Coldplay immediately pic.twitter.com/EFWsrmwtau
— Selena Gomez Supply (@GomezSource) October 2, 2023
Selena took a break from music for a number of years, whereas coping with some private struggles, earlier than releasing her comeback tune, “Single Quickly,” in August. Selena has confirmed that she’s been engaged on her subsequent album and has given some hints as to what followers can anticipate from her upcoming music.
“The music I’m doing proper now could be about actual issues that I’m strolling by means of,” she informed Vanity Fair in February 2023. She defined that her new album, the follow-up to 2020’s Uncommon, is “actually highly effective, robust, very pop. The theme typically is freedom—freedom from relationships, freedom from the darkness.”
In a 2022 interview with Rolling Stone, the Solely Murders within the Constructing star hinted that her new album might comprise dozens of latest tracks. She stated she hopes to “spherical out the 24 songs she’s already written for her subsequent album” and teased what it could all be about.
“It’ll simply be enjoyable tales of me dwelling my life and occurring dates and having conversations with myself,” Selena informed the outlet. “I really feel prefer it’s going be an album that’s like, ‘Oh, she’s not in that place anymore; she’s truly simply dwelling life.’”