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  • Selena Gomez: Teen Idol on 'GMA'!

    Singer, actress and teen idol Selena Gomez lights up "Good Morning America's" "2011 Summer Concert Series" stage on Friday, June 17. Hundreds of fans gathered in New York City's Central Park hear Gomez sing hit songs from her latest album, "When the Sun Goes Down."
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  • Selena Gomez: Teen Idol on 'GMA'!

    "I was very low in iron. I was dehydrated. I was just exhausted," Gomez told "GMA" anchors Robin Roberts and George Stephanopolous of the recent health scare that landed the singer in a Los Angeles area hospital June 9, after a television appearance. "My mom has definitely been stocking up on the vitamins," she said of her new wellness routine.
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  • Selena Gomez: Teen Idol on 'GMA'!

    The pink-glittered microphone used by singer Selena Gomez for her "GMA Summer Concert" performance was a gift from her fans, she told "GMA." "I have incredible supporters," the 18-year-old singer said. "I'm enjoying being young and focusing on my fans and my music."
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  • Selena Gomez

    No stranger to the big screen, Gomez made her movie debut back in 2003 by playing a small role in "Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over." Eight years later, Gomez is set to star in her newest film, "Monte Carlo." The movie, hitting theaters this summer, chronicles the adventures of three girls vacationing in Paris whose plans take an unexpected turn when Grace, played by Gomez, center, is mistaken for an heiress and heads to Monte Carlo.
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  • Selena Gomez

    Gomez broke out as a tween star with the success of her Disney Channel show "Wizards of Waverly Place," which debuted in 2007 and is now in its fourth season. Gomez plays Alex Russo, pictured above, a teen wizard with magical powers who appears normal to outsiders but finds herself often getting into trouble. The show is set to wrap after the current season comes to a close.
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  • Selena Gomez

    In 2008, Gomez starred in "Another Cinderella Story," comedic twist on the classic Cinderella story that tells the story of a high-school girl who falls for a popular singer enrolled at her high school. Other movies to add to Gomez's repertoire include "Romona and Beezus" and "Monte Carlo," which will hit theaters this summer.
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