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Sunday, April 2, 2023

Selena Gomez Dresses Up With Her Sister For Taylor Swift Eras Show

In recent news, Selena Gomez dressed up with her sister, Gracie, and thousands of other Swifties for Taylor Swift’s Eras performance. They showed up at the AT&T Stadium, located in Arlington, Texas, on the 1st of April. 

The two could be seen amongst the crowd jamming on the second night of Swift’s performance at the venue for the Eras Tour. 

In order to support her long-time friend, Selena sported a Folklore costume, which included having her hair pulled back. She wore a plain white flowing gown with a cardigan on top. Meanwhile, Gracie put on a purple gown, which refers to the Speak Now era of Taylor Swift.

At the concert, fans made sure to catch Gomez having the best time, as she sang along to her friend singing Lover standout “Cruel Summer”. She could also be seen dancing along every now and then, especially when Swift debuted this song live on her tour.

As per the pre-decided schedule, the Era’s Tour will have a three-night performance, scheduled for the AT&T Stadium on the weekend. On the first night, she made sure to keep things interesting and swapped in three of her new songs. These included Sad Beautiful Tragic, The 1, and Ours. 

In other news, BBC Radio 2 revealed that Bohemian Rhapsody has become the chart-topper in the Your Ultimate Queen Song category. The station held a listener vote to see which of the band’s many songs were the nation’s favorite. 

Shortly after the poll, it was announced that Bohemian Rhapsody is at the top, followed by Don’t Stop Me Now and Somebody To Love. The fourth place was snagged by the well-known rock song, We Will Rock You alongside We Are The Champions. Radio Ga Ga came in at number five. 

The complete list of the Top 40 countdown, which was hosted by Steve Wright, is up on the website for BBC sounds. It was made public on the 31st of March and highlights the best 40 songs of the band that will be broadcasted on Radio 2 on the 10th of April. 

From Monday, 20th of February, fans were asked to select three of their top favorite songs by the band. These included collaborations after the death of Freddie Mercury, along with the Top 75 UK chart singles by Queen. The votes were cast until the 8th of March, Wednesday, and the results were compiled before the special show Your Ultimate Queen Song. 

Bohemian Rhapsody had been released by the band as its lead single, as part of its fourth album. A Night At The Opera, put out in 1975, turned out to have the best lead song, resulting in the band hitting its first number one. The song was written by Freddie Mercury himself, who often referred to it as a mock opera. 

Bohemian Rhapsody gained such fame that it came to be known as the signature song of the band. It is believed to be one of the best progressive rock songs released in the 1970s, which managed to achieve commercial success on a large scale. It managed to shop on UK Singles Charts for weeks at the time of its release and climbed back up after Freddie’s death in 1991.

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