Selena Gomez told UNICEF crowd before singing ‘Cry Me A River': ‘I have been through a lot the past few months. It’s been weird and sad and cool. This song definitely speaks to me.’ Fan: ‘She seemed so angry during the song.’
Prior to show Sel told reporters: ‘Taylor is one of the most inspirational, positive, good-hearted people I know. And I met her when she was 18.. it was absolutely incredible to see someone so successful and so humble. I think she’s been a big part of me staying who I am, too.’
On Spring Breakers: ‘It’s kind of been refreshing and nice for me to step out of my comfort zone and do things that I didn’t think I could do as an actress. I’m a little bit more mouthy [now]. I’m a little bit older. I’ve got a little more sass. [I’m] telling a lot more, too. Everything happens for a reason, so enjoy every moment.’
UPDATE: Selena also performed with Nat Wolff. Performances under!
Selena emotional Facebook update: Leaving NY, just wanted to let you all know how grateful I am for an amazing night last night. Such a successful event, I cannot say exactly how much we raised yet but, I think it is going to over
200,000 for UNICEF. Thank you to Lillian for keeping everyone on Facebook updated during the show. Thank you to Microsoft for helping make the night a huge success. Thanks to Bridgit, Noah, Nat & Alex for joining me on this special night. Thank you to UNICEF for bringing me on to such an amazing
organization so early on in my career. Thank you to Caryl Stern for being a part of the night. Most of all Thank you to all who came out to the show and showed your love for kids all over the world. unicefusa.org