Selena Gomez Stuns in Vibrant Green Versace Dress at the AMA


Selena Gomez turned heads at the red carpet during the 2019 American Music Awards with her stunning ensemble. The 27-year-old songstress is famous for her fashion risks this year and it seems she’s taking it up a notch again in this star-studded event and it paid off.

The “Look at Her Now” singer graced the red carpet in a Versace cocktail dress in vibrant green featuring a body-hugging silhouette and chic gold medal buttons. The strapless dress alone turned heads but Gomez accessorized with a diamond necklace by Roberto Coin. She also wore matching lime green satin shoes. For makeup, she settled for a bold beauty look which brought out her natural beauty.

It was a special night for the 27-year-old songstress because she will be performing her two new songs namely “Lose You to Love Me” and “Look at Her Now”. This is also the first televised performance of Gomez after two years so it’s no surprise that she also considers it a major fashion moment.

In addition, she will be celebrating and cheering for her bestie Taylor Swift who will be awarded as Artist of the Decade. Thankfully for the Lover songstress, she will be performing a medley of her old songs after dealing in a controversial battle with Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta of Big Machine Label.


Gomez was one of the celebrities who expressed their support for Swift when the issue came out. She turned to Instagram saying that her heartfelt heavy and that it made her sick and angry that Swift won’t be able to perform her old songs. She added that what they were doing is a sign of power, greed, and manipulation. According to her, Swift had written those songs since she was 14 and disallowing her from performing them was crushing her opportunity to celebrate her music.

On the other hand, Selena Gomez herself may not be receiving any award on this year’s AMA but her hit song, “Lose You to Love Me” made it to the number 1 spot in the Billboard’s Top 100 after only a week of being released. It was her first no. 1 song ever.