Selena Gomez "Relieved" That Her Album Is Finally Complete

Selena Gomez Wore Sky-High Stilettos with Her Pajamas

Selena Gomez Wore Sky-High Stilettos with Her Pajamas

Selena Gomez makes a fashionable arrival for an early morning appearance on Good Morning America on Wednesday (June 12) in New York City. The 26-year-old wore one of the most plunging mini-dresses she's rocked in ages, donning a black strapless frock by Celine that showed off plenty of cleavage thanks to the push-up nature of the top.

Flirty ruffled sleeves covered her shoulders and large buttons running vertically down her gown were fastened together across a thick white band of fabric. She wore open toed mule pumps and kept her accessories to a minimum as to let the dress - and her killer body - get all of the attention.

The Hands To Myself singer parted her chocolate brown hair to the side and tied back in a low ponytail.

Selena Gomez hasn't dropped off an album since 2015's Revival. Selena paid a visit to Jimmy Fallon's late night talk show and discussed the project and how she feels so relieved that it's finally finished.

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So, the next time your friends call you to go out and you're already in bed, take a page from Selena's style book, and just throw on a pair of stilettos.

'How was I going to capture that and how was I going to feel good about what I was saying?

She "explored more with electric guitar" but made sure to stay true to her brand and created something that she hopes will truly reach her fans. Selena moved her head back and forth in a seductive way as Nat King Cole's "When I Fall In Love" could be heard playing in the background.

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