Selena Gomez Continues Her 21st Birthday Celebration

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Selena Gomez is celebrating her 21st birthday to the max. It was learned that before the Spring Breakers star has her big gypsy-themed blowout bash in honor of her big 21, she also got her party on last night in Los Angeles. Gomez and about five girlfriends kicked off their evening with dinner at Boa restaurant, and then took a quick walk across the street to John Terzian’s Bootsy Bellows nightclub. Once inside, the “Come & Get It” crooner and her crew were given a table in the front room and stayed until closing, dancing to music spun by DJ Devin Lucien. Gomez’s Spring Breakers co-star Ashley Benson and Ashley Greene also joined in on the celebration when they arrived at the hot spot a short time later. Kellan Lutz and Nicole Scherzinger were also at the night club, with the source adding, “Everyone ended up interacting and having a great time.” This is just the latest of Gomez’s birthday celebrations. On the night of her actual birthday Monday (the same day the royal baby was born!), Gomez kicked off the festivities with an intimate private dinner with family and friends at Bagatelle restaurant. Earlier that day, she posted a photo on Instagram of her and a big group of friends partying in birthday hats, with the caption, “Guess what… I’m 21. UM, #turnupNOW.” The next day, she appeared on the Tonight Show and told Jay Leno she “had a shot of Jack [Daniels]” when he asked which drink she sipped to ring in her milestone birthday. The starlet added that she was “a little bit” hung over the next day, but “it was fun.” Happy Birthday, indeed.

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  1. My dream is to walk around the world. A smallish backpack, all essentials neatly in place. A camera. A notebook. A traveling paint set. A hat. Good shoes. A nice pleated (green?) skirt for the occasional seaside hotel afternoon dance.

  2. Far more than we know, do the strength and beauty of our lives depend upon the home in which we dwell. He who goes forth in the morning from a happy, loving, prayerful home, into the world’s strife, temptation, struggle, and duty, is strong–inspired for noble and victorious living. The children who are brought up in a true home go out trained and equipped for life’s battles and tasks, carrying in their hearts a secret of strength which will make them brave and loyal to God, and will keep them pure in the world’s severest temptations

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