Did Selena Gomez lip sync?

NATION-NOW     Selena Gomez debuts blond hair at American Music Awards for first performance of 2017     
       AMAs Selena Gomez debuts blond hair

Even though Selena turned heads in the sense that she was able to grace the stage just a few months after undergoing surgery for a kidney transplant, many people weren't happy.

Later in the night, Gomez thanked her fans for supporting her performance.

The singer delivered an emotional set with Marshmello, the buzzy producer she collaborated with for the new single.

A newly blonde Gomez hit the stage at Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater in a short white nightgown and sneakers for her first performance in more than a year.

Everything President Trump has tweeted (and what it was about)
The president tweeted: "Give it another try in three years", in an apparent attempt to bait Clinton to run for president again. The 2016 Presidential election is over by more than a year and the tension between the party's is higher than ever.

Selena sat on the hood of a auto that seemed to be in a swamp whilst the dancers contorted themselves into unusual shapes as she sang her latest hit "Wolves". The "Heart Wants What It Wants" songstress stepped on the carpet in her fitted frock, which featured a zippered accent as well as star embellishments.

"Yeah. we did that", she wrote.

The 45th Annual American Music Awards, which took place on November 19, saw the who's who of Hollywood celebrities in attendance.

"I had to stop because I had everything and I was absolutely broken inside. I kept it all together enough to where I would never let you down, but I kept it too much together to where I let myself down". “The girl cant sing live so I dont know why she just cant admit it instead of lip syncing.”. That conversation totally got me into a Gunne Sax mood. I don't care what others say. She concluded, "If you are broken you do not have to stay broken". Thank you so much for this.

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