Selena Gomez has fuelled rumours she is dating up-and-coming musician Austin Mahone after spending time with him at Disneyland in California.
Selena Gomez has sparked speculation she is dating an up-and-coming musician.
The Spring Breakers star and a group of friends were photographed enjoying themselves at Disneyland in California on Wednesday.
Despite hanging around with her girlfriends, Selena was also seen breaking away from the group to have one-on-one chats with musician Austin Mahone, 17.
The 20-year-old beauty – who was wearing Mickey Mouse ears throughout the day – looked relaxed in a striped vest top and grey leggings as she chatted to the teen.
The pair were snapped in conversation as they trailed away from the rest of the group, fuelling rumours they are embarking on a romance.
Selena broke up with Justin Bieber, 19, several months ago after an on-off relationship. She has since been linked to a number of stars including British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran and Wizards of Waverly Place actor David Henrie.
Austin has been supporting Selena’s pal Taylor Swift on her RED tour. He recently revealed he’s been enjoying spending time with the two pop beauties and Taylor’s other support act Ed.
“I’m on tour with Taylor Swift now and we always like to chill or go have dinner… It was cool, it was after the Billboard Awards and Selena went to dinner with Taylor and Taylor invited me and Ed,” he explained.
Austin rose to prominence thanks to viral videos of his performances.
Meanwhile, Selena is appearing in new film Behaving Badly alongside Nat Wolff. After starring in racy film Spring Breakers, the actress-and-singer is again leaving the mischief to other characters in this film.
“[Selena’s] probably the most innocent of everybody. Her character was a little worse in Spring Breakers. But in Behaving Badly, she plays a little bit more of the innocent girl,” Nat told MTV News.
“She’s sort of religious, and I’m the one making a lot of the mistakes. But, she’s around a lot of racy behaviour.”
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Thursday, 27. June 2013