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Pop star Selena Gomez surprises Christian fans

Sun 28 Feb 2016
By Hannah Tooley

American pop singer and actress Selena Gomez surprised Christian concertgoers when she turned up on stage at a faith concert in Los Angeles.

She turned up at Young & Free onstage in the USA.

The Christian group, Australia's Hillsong Church in Sydney, introduced Selena as a very special guest at the Belasco Theatre show, according to Contact Music.

The artist shared her faith and performed her track Nobody alongside members of Young & Free.


Who is Selena Gomez?

D.O.B: 22nd July 1992 

From: Texas, USA 

Famous for: acting and singing 

Screen work: Wizards of Waverly Place, Monte Carlo, Hotel Transylvania 

Religion: Christian 

She said: "Thank you so much you guys for letting me come onstage with you." 

Selena Gomez spoke about God as she introduced her new track: "tonight it's more than a concert, it's more than Hillsong, it's more than me coming onstage and singing a song for you; it's about a relationship that's greater than anything..."

The 23-year-old previously revealed her Christian beliefs had inspired the song Nobody after a fan on Twitter asked her who the track was about.

"God," Selena replied, "Nobody is about Him."

The song lyrics say: "Nobody's gonna love me like you, Nobody," and "No heart, no hands, no skin no touch, Can get me there, nowhere enough, To love me like you do, to love me like you do, No kiss, no lips, no feel, no rush, Can you keep me high, I swear no one." 

In recent months Selena Gomez' ex-partner Justin Bieber, has also been more vocal of late about his faith in God.

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