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PHOTOS: Selena Gomez Debuts New Look A Day After Justin Bieber’s Wedding

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PHOTOS: Selena Gomez Debuts New Look A Day After Justin Bieber's WeddingDisney child star and singer, Selena Gomez seem unbothered amid Justin Bierber’s wedding with Hailey Baldwin as she was spotted rocking an overall in her latest hair makeover.

The singer who rocked a cute lob haircut for more than a year is sure lighting things up as she serves new looks.

Miss Gomez, on Wednesday stepped out with a flowing mane that was styled in curls, which stood in stark contrast to the French girl style she sported all summer.

Maybe, its to get her ex-boyfriend, Justin Bieber jealous?

Justin and Hailey Bieber just tied the knot in a star-studded religious ceremony in South Carolina a year after they legally married.

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PHOTOS: Selena Gomez Debuts New Look A Day After Justin Bieber's WeddingHowever, Miss Gomez,  is now concerned with spreading awareness about the immigration crisis involving Mexico.

She said;

“I understand it’s flawed and that we need rules and regulations, but we also have to remember that our country was formed by people who came here from other countries. It’s time to listen to the people whose lives are being directly affected by immigration policies,” she pens in a letter published by Time. “It’s time to get to know the individuals whose complex stories have been reduced to basic headlines.”

 

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She continued;

“I hope that getting to know these eight families and their stories will inspire people to be more compassionate, and to learn more about immigration and form their own opinion.”
“In the 1970s, my aunt crossed the border from Mexico to the United States hidden in the back of a truck. My grandparents followed, and my father was born in Texas soon after,” she began, going on to say that she was lucky enough to be born as a U.S. citizen as a result of their “bravery and sacrifice.”

She said members of her family had toiled over four decades to gain U.S. citizenship ― and as a result, the issue was one that weighed on her mind daily.

“I feel afraid for those in similar situations. I feel afraid for my country,” she wrote.
“The truth is, the worst criticism I can imagine is still nothing compared to what undocumented immigrants face every day,” she said.

“Fear didn’t stop my aunt from getting into the back of that truck. And for that, I will always be grateful.” She said in a ‘Living Undocumented’ Netflix series.

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