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Selena Gomez steals a smooch from female friend

Published 07/07/2016

Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez missed out on best friend Taylor Swift's Independence Day party.

Selena Gomez had an Independence Day party to remember after sharing a smooch with singer Ruby Carr during a party on Monday night (04Jul16).

The pop star was on the road for the American holiday and spent the night partying with her friends, including Ruby who is the vocalist and keyboard player for Bahari, the opening act for Selena's Revival tour.

Ruby took to Snapchat to document the bash, and it was one video featuring Selena that sent gossips and fans wild.

In the short clip, Ruby, who is dancing next to the singer, turns to give Selena a kiss on the lips, to which she happily obliges before wrapping her arms around Ruby's neck.

After the clip went public, Selena's fans stormed Twitter in the hope they could to steal a smooch from their idol as well, with one user writing, "@selenagomez can i kiss u on the lips too?", as another tweeted, "excuse me I want a kiss too @selenagomez."

Since Selena was scheduled to perform in Phoenix, Arizona on Tuesday (05Jul16), she was unable to attend her best friend Taylor Swift's annual Independence Day party on the other side of the country in Rhode Island.

Although Selena wasn't present, the Shake It Off singer still had a memorable weekend with members of her 'girl squad', and her new beau, actor Tom Hiddleston.

Blake Lively and her husband Ryan Reynolds were also part of the patriotic fun, as was Brit Ed Sheeran and his girlfriend Cherry Seaborn, who were celebrating their first anniversary as a couple at the bash. And reports suggest singer Kesha was also part of a karaoke singing contest at Taylor's Rhode Island retreat.

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