Selena Gomez has undergone quite a lifestyle make-over in recent weeks following her break-up with the The Weeknd. Not only is she back with her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber, she's dyed her hair peroxide blonde after making her mark on the world as a brunette.
The 25-year-old Fetish hitmaker graced the American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles last night (19 November) with her brand new look.
Gomez paid homage to her rebellious side in a dangerous thigh-grazing leather minidress by Coach which she paired with a clutch bag and embellished black heels at the event, wowing onlookers on the red carpet.
The former Disney star also brought attention to her blonde hair via Instagram, sharing three black and white arty shots with her 130m followers.
Gomez captioned the first picture, which has amassed 2.3m likes in 9 hours, "so I am blonde now".
Gomez is seen sitting next to her friend Anna Ballins, a ballet teacher. Both are wearing white T-shirts and spotting blank facial expressions.
Fans went wild over Gomez's new short blonde hair, with one fan telling her: "Beautiful to the max."
Another asked if the singer was inspired by her boyfriend Justin Bieber's peroxide hair, stating: "Inspired by your boyf?"
A third added: "I love it ❤️❤️❤️ omg you're so beautiful @selenagomez".
The final picture showed Gomez on her own wearing a white Seven Heavens slogan top and minimal make-up, which has garnered a staggering 4.2m likes in nine hours.
One fan said: "aaahh! Look at you! You are very gorgeous You look so amazing in every colour And your outfit at the @amas is very beautiful!".
Gomez has endured a testing few months following a kidney transplant in the summer due to complications with her Lupus. She had to take a step back in terms of her career despite trying to promote her new music.
She recently opened up about the traumatic experience on Today with her organ donor and best friend, Francia Raisa.
Gomez said: "It was really kind of life or death."
Breaking down in tears, she continued: "My kidneys were just done. That was it and I didn't want to ask a single person in my life. That was the day I came home and she volunteered, she did it."