They can still shine anywhere.
Selena Gomez and her younger sister Gracie Elliot Teefey stole the show by singing and dancing all night long at Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour stop in Arlington, Texas on Saturday.
The 30-year-old “Calm Down” singer and half-sister 9 were spotted in a private area towards the back of the floor at AT&T Stadium, as seen in photos and videos that went viral on social media.
A clip showed Gomez seems to be getting emotional He smiled and applauded in unison, along with thousands of other fans who came to support the 33-year-old Swift.
Gracie also looked like she was having the best moment of her life – especially when Swift knelt down singing “22” and gave him his black fedora.
In return, Gracie gave the singer a cute friendship bracelet.
Fans, Gomez She wore a look reminiscent of Swift’s “Folklore” era. She wore a white midi skirt, a white tee, and a loose, cream-colored cardigan—just like Swift gifted her to her fans and wore it in her “Folklore” music video. The “Wizards of Waverly” alum completed the look with simple splendor, and her hair was made into two low buns.
Meanwhile, Gracie stepped out on her big night in a purple dress and metallic cowboy boots, reflecting Swift’s “Speak Now” era with her hair in a curly ponytail.
As previously reported, Swift and Gomez have been best friends since they met in 2008, while Gomez was dating Nick Jonas and Swift was seeing her brother, Joe Jonas. The two have shared several milestones together since then, and Gomez recently described Swift as “just [real] My friend in the industry.”
“I never fit into a cool girl group that was famous. My only friend in the industry is really Taylor [Swift]so I remember feeling like I didn’t belong,” Gomez said in an interview with Rolling Stone in November 2022.
Gomez even came to Swift’s defense after a video resurfaced after a video of Hailey Bieber gagging at hearing Swift’s name during a public appearance went viral. “I’m so sorry, my best friend is and remains one of the best in the game,” she commented in February.