Look up the definition of LOVE in the dictionary and you will see Selena Gomez’s full glamorous Pantene sponsored photo along with her bio underneath written in bold print…or at least that’s the way it should be. It’s no secret that Gomez has the most followers on Instagram and for the very same reasons of many is exactly why she is adored by her tremendous fan base across the world. On June 4, 2016, Selena Gomez made a pit stop at the Washington D.C. Verizon Center giving her loving fans exactly what they’ve been craving for with her explosive Revival Tour.
…Selena Gomez’s performance is a mesmerizing must-see.
In today’s highly competitive pop-music industry world, for a performing artist to produce bold and sexy yet tasteful music that actually inspires individuality becomes a nearly impossible challenging feat, especially if you are a female artist. And yet Gomez in her own right is already beginning to make her mark through a legacy as a pop female artist who delivers all the spicy goods in a perfectly chic package laced with sensuality.
Opening with “Same Old Love,” from her latest album, Revival, Gomez packs a powerful punch setting up the show with a bold statement declaring for a break from a vicious love life circle relating to family, friends, career, and a longing need for self-love. Gomez certainly knows how to rev up the audience with not only her stunning looks and endless talent but with a back-up dancing squad that certainly makes their mark in sync uniformity placing their first lady on a beautiful pedestal throughout every number. Gomez’s transition backdrops segueing into the next number with sensually sophisticated visuals of her mesh virtual collage modeling in a variety of different exotic dresses and outfits give the audience exactly want they want. Cue in, a sultry rendition of “The Heart Wants What it Wants,” and “Good For You,” and you have one very happily satisfied crowd-filled arena.
Pumping up the audience with a crowd energizing and classic popular, “Slow Down,” from album Stars Dance, the stage transitions into a playground setup filled with a child’s fantasy of endless monkey bars throwing in a rock fusion-vibe of another classic Gomez throwback, “I Love You Like a Love Song,” from album, When the Sun Goes Down.
And now for the moment we’ve all been waiting for, Gomez’s ultimate crowd pleasing popular guilty pleasure, “Can’t Keep My Hands to Myself,” from the latest album, Revival. With several recurring underlying themes of “love is love,” and embracing love no matter the gender roles involved, Gomez produces a flawless, effortless and socially groundbreaking masterpiece brilliantly choreographed, with just the right amount of sugar and spice.
If there were ever a pop goddess to revive a sexy rendition cover of Eurythmics’ “Sweet Dreams,” Gomez is just the one to bring it back in a sophisticatedly hot fiery red fur coat and black leather boots to match singing into the mic stand in full alluring lounge singer mode. The pop goddess’s segue into “Me and My Girls,” from her latest album is anything but tame and demur. Embracing her cultural roots in a seductive and passionate Day of The Dead themed number, Gomez brings a sexy latin-flaired artsy display to life surrounding the theme in all the right ways.
Selena Gomez is a one authentically sensual soul who performs her music with a classy raw edge that is unbeatable to match. If you’re looking for a heart-stopping show with extraordinary spectacle, Selena Gomez’s performance is a mesmerizing must-see.
Running Time: Approximately 3 hours 30 minutes