It's a good thing Selena Gomez didn't go commando!
The "Come & Get It" singer suffered a wardrobe malfunction Sunday night at 103.3 AMP Radio Birthday Bash in Boston, revealing a glimpse of the flesh-colored underwear beneath her flowing boho-chic dress.
Fortunately, this little snafu didn't bother Justin Bieber's on-off love. "What an amazing crowd!" she tweeted after the show. "Thank you @1033ampradio #AmyBdayBash Getting stoked for my tour!"
Selena's new album, Stars Dance, comes out July 23. Her world tour kicks off Aug. 14 in Vancouver, then wraps up Nov. 27 in St. Louis, Mo. And Selenators, get excited, because your girl's put a lot of work into making each concert amazing.
"It's going to be a bigger show," Selena told Ryan Seacrest's KIIS FM show. "I'm excited. I've been dancing a lot and I just want to entertain people and I'm super stoked."
And Ms. Gomez is drawing inspiration from some of her favorite pop idols! "I kind of miss shows when it just used to be about the dancing and the performing as opposed to how big and elaborate the stage is," she said. "So I kind of want to get back to that. My favorites were Britney [Spears] and Janet Jackson. So I kind of want to do a little bit more dancing, and just make it about the entertainment and about the show and the songs, as opposed to how big the stage or how many effects we can have."
In May, Selena posted a video of herself and her dancers rehearsing their routine. The ladies already had a handle on some impressive choreography back then, so just imagine what it'll be like by tour time.
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