- Selena Gomez is celebrating her 28th birthday on this day, 22 July
- The American media personality is currently trending worldwide as her fans showed love on her special day
- Briefly gathered some of the best posts from her followers under the trending hashtag #28YearsWithSelena
Selena Marie Gomez celebrates her 28th birthday on this day, 22 July. The American singer and actress has a loyal following who took to social media to make sure she trends on her special day.
The hashtag #28YearsWithSelena dominated the internet as fans paid tribute to the influential media personality.
SelenaHQ2, a fan-based Twitter account, posted:
"Celebrating every birthday with you. We love you."
"Happy Birthday @SelenaGomez. We hope all your dreams come true and send you lots of love. #28YearsWithSelena"
"Happy birthday to the ever-immaculate, Selena Gomez! The singer, actress, producer, businesswoman & philanthropist turns 28 today. The icon started her career on Disney Channel & has become one of the most successful & influential artists in history. #28YearsWithSelena"
"@SelenaGomez has officially turned 28, the mega Pop Star has become one of the most successful artists in HISTORY with 3 #1 Albums a #1 Single and over 260 MILLION records sold, but what most people love about the singer is her heart and personality.#28YearsWithSelena"
"Happy birthday to our Queen. #28YearsWithSelena"
"Happy 28th birthday to the talented & beautiful @selenagomez! #28YearsWithSelena"
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Beyoncé fans in South Africa have a reason to celebrate. The starlet's Black Is King film will be broadcast on M-Net for Mzansi's viewing pleasure.
The film will see several local artists star alongside the multi-award winning singer, Beyoncé Knowles. Some of the big local names include actress Connie Chiume, singer and actress Nandi Madida and actor Warren Masemola.
The film itself was received with mixed reactions after it was announced that it would be broadcast on the Disney streaming service Disney Plus.
The service is not yet available in Africa and many questioned why a film about Africans was not accessible in Africa. Obviously the disgruntled cries were heard and the problem was remedied.
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