SELENA GOMEZ Sings A Couple of Break Up Songs at UNICEF Concert!

Selena Gomez headlined the third annual UNICEF charity concert in New York City. She performed "Round and Round" and "A Year Without Rain." But she also did her own version of two songs that talk about a failed relationship.

The former Disney star seems to be sending a message to her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber as she performed "Cry Me A River" and "I Knew You Were Trouble."

Before singing Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me A River," Selena told the crowd, "I've been through a lot the last couple of months. It's been sad and cool, but it's interesting. This song definitely speaks to me." She then sang her way to JT's "Cry Me A River," which was inspired by Timberlake's break up with Britney Spears.

Back in November, it is remembered that Bieber also performed an acoustic version of the same song during his concert in Boston after he and Gomez broke up for the first time.

Gomez also did a cover version of her best friend Taylor Swift's song "I Knew You Were Trouble."

"It's by my best friend in the entire world and if anybody has felt anything painful to their heart, they know who this girl is. Sing along if you know it," Gomez told the crowd.

During Swift's interview with "Good Morning America" last October, she explained that the song is about "kind of being frustrated with yourself because you have your heart broken and you knew when you first saw that person you saw all these red flags and you just went for it anyway."

Watch Selena's performance of "Cry Me A River" and "I Knew You Were Trouble" by clicking here


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  • Julven Malones

    posted 2 years ago

    taylor swift....

  • teophy

    posted 2 years ago

    TAYLOR & SELENA d best bffs....

  • DjPadilla_JBieber

    posted 2 years ago

    *your bestfriend is Demi

  • DjPadilla_JBieber

    posted 2 years ago

    Selena I thought you bestfriend is Demi? Forever Delena right? Why did you left Demi :c I really miss Delena... :'c