Selena Gomez sings “Cry Me a River” at UNICEF charity concert


Selena Gomez has kept mum about her latest breakup with pop star Justin Bieber, but it doesn’t mean she won’t sing a song that she says “definitely speaks to her.”

At the third annual UNICEF charity concert in NYC Saturday night, the 20-year-old singer/actress chose to sing Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me a River,” telling the audience that the song spoke to her (as well as other breakup songs).

Before performing an acoustic version of Timberlake’s famous breakup song, Selena reportedly told the crowd: “I’ve been through a lot the past few months. It’s been weird and sad and cool. This song definitely speaks to me.” Like Selena, Bieber also performed “Cry Me a River” back in November after their first split.

Selena continued her breakup-song set with Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble,” saying before the performance: “It’s by my best friend in the entire world and if anybody has felt anything painful to their heart, they know who this girl is. Sing along if you know it.”

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