1. Congratulations "happygirl123"

    Posted November 8 2012

    The contest to win the Samsung Galaxy Tab has drawn to a close, and a winner has been chosen at random!

    Congratulations happygirl123! It's all yours. You're the big winner this time around. Expect your prize to arrive in the near future.

    We'll be adding another new giveaway contest very soon, so keep your eyes on the Contests page. Everyone has an equal shot, so if you haven't won yet - just keep trying.

  2. VIDEO: Glamour's December Cover Star

    Posted November 6 2012

    If You Think You Know Selena Gomez, Think Again!

    Check out a new video feature on Selena from Glamour Magazine after the jump

  3. Caption Campaign #28 Winner!

    Posted October 25 2012

    This week's winner of the Caption Campaign is user selenagsuperfan!


    We just threw some points in your account. Don't spend them all in one place! Or maybe you should? Check out the Scene Store.

    Here is the winning caption:

    "Just smile and we won't get in trouble!"

    A brand new Caption Campaign is already up and ready for you to enter, as well as the usual Weekly Trivia. Win yourself some points!

    And don't forget about the current Giveaway Contest :)

  4. Selena Gomez definitely wants her fans to be happy. The entertainer announced that she is returning to the Wizards of Waverly Place for another exciting journey of the family show. While this time the family might not be seen in a series, it definitely will have the feeling of the show on the Disney Channel. With a special announcement on Wednesday, Selena gave fans proof she is in the process of filming again.

  5. Selena Honors Malala Yousafzai

    Posted October 17 2012

    Malala Yousafzai was shot and on Tuesday was getting treatment for serious wounds, but thousands of miles away it appears that Selena Gomez is looking to raise awareness for the issues. The young woman laying in the hospital is known for her education and women’s rights activism when the Taliban has at times banned girls from attending school to learn.

    “Please honor Malala Yousafzai by spreading her message of children's right to an education,” tweeted Selena Gomez from her official Twitter account. The entertainer is a UNICEF spokeswoman and shared a UNICEF page where the fans could read about the young girl.

    Full article after the jump

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