Look: Selena Gomez Delights Fans With Another Makeup-Free Selfie

The singer-actress referenced a new Miley Cyrus song in her fresh-faced IG post.
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez.

Selena Gomez has blessed her Instagram feed with another fresh-faced selfie, and her fans are loving it.

The “My Mind & Me” singer shared back-to-back makeup-free snapshots on the platform on March 13. Gomez wore a low-cut black top and showed off her natural skin and her long brunette locks in both pics. She gave the camera a neutral face in the first slide, then pulled a goofy grin in the second.

Gomez captioned the post she shared with her 398 million followers “Violet chemistry” and tagged Miley Cyrus. The singer-actress was clearly referencing the track of the same name off of Cyrus’s new album, Endless Summer Vacation.

The set of photos quickly racked up 18 million likes and the Only Murders in the Building star’s comment section was flooded with fans and celebrity friends hyping her up.

Cyrus left a single red heart as her feedback, while Gomez’s brand, Rare Beauty, dropped a crown emoji.

“Gorgeous,” actress Jessica Capshaw gushed.

“Beauty! ❤️,” businesswoman Barbara Corcoran added.

“Beautiful girl glowing 😍😍,” tan artist Isabel Alysa wrote.

A few followers also questioned whether referencing Cyrus might be foreshadowing a musical collaboration between the two former Disney Channel stars.

“MILEY COLLAB WHEN????” one person exclaimed.

“Remix? I need,” another individual stated.

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