Selena Gomez turned heads on the red carpet for the Jingle Ball in Dallas yesterday when she arrived wearing an eye-catching jumpsuit which exposed some cleavage with a plunging neckline.
The 21-year-old was among the stars who completed the line-up for this year's 106.1 KISS FM event held at the city's American Airlines Center, which included Ariana Grande, Robin Thicke, Fifth Harmony, Austin Mahone and Pitbull, but Selena made sure all eyes were on her in the simple yet attention-grabbing outfit.
Selena Gomez looked stunning on the red carpet at the Jingle Ball last night (Splash News)
With her hair tussled loosely in curls around her shoulders, Selena donned a navy long-sleeved jumpsuit which came complete with a plunging neckline down to her chest which partly exposed some of her cleavage, marking one of the 21-year-old's racier red carpet looks in recent months.
Selena almost bares all during her performance later in the evening (Splash News)
Selena later took to the stage to perform hits from her number one 'Stars Dance' album including the steamy lead single 'Come & Get It' and 'Slow Down.'
Selena risk some side-boob as she talks to reporters (Splash News)
The singer will no doubt appreciate the brief return to performing since taking a break from her world tour last month, although, she was most recently seen in the spotlight last Thursday when she headlined the NFL halftime show on Thanksgiving, which saw her gyrate with a fleet of male dancers.
The star flashes a huge smile while betling out one of her hit singles (Splash News)
Aside from her sporadic performances, Selena appears to be enjoying her tour hiatus away from the prying eyes of the public as she has rarely been seen out and about in recent weeks, only for a few selfies posted on Instagram.
The 'Come & Get It' star looks cautious as she steps on the red carpet (Splash News)
However, she did sit down for a chat with AMP Radio last week in which she dished on whether she would go in for a kiss on the first date.
“It depends, you know?” Selena said before adding: “If he gets it, then he did something right.”