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Wednesday, 6 April 2011

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Selena's mom said that at the age of just six months Selena sang her very first song "Mickey" by Toni Basil.

HOLLYWOOD - Selena Gomez appeared on Dancing With The Stars and stole the show as she performed her latest hit "Who Says?"

Selena, Justin Bieber's girlfriend even received a louder applause from the young males in the audience than another Disney star Chelsea Kane who wore one of the skimpiest dance outfits in the show's history.

Judge Len "The Old British Grouch" Goodman remarked that the extremely nubile Chelsea's gold outfit was so skimpy that she came very close to having the ABC censors covering her entire body up with the dreaded 'Blue Dot.'

Gomez appeared on stage looking like a young version of Cheryl Cole and wearing a fire engine red dress that was actually worn by Judy Garland, as Dorothy, in the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz.

Selena expressed her thanks to Italian judge Bruno Tonioli for allowing her to wear the dress which he purchased at an auction in West Hollywood back in 2002, for $873,903.

The 18-year-old songstress sang her newest hit "Who Says?" which premiered on Ryan Seacrest's El Lay Radio Show just a few days ago.

The song which is a tribute to her millions of fans has already sold one million copies in La Brea, La Habra, and East L.A. alone.

After the show Selena went with her mother, Demi Lovato, Brenda Song, and family friend Eva Longoria to have dinner at The Gunfight At The OK Corral Steak House in Beverly Hills.

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