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Selena Gomez To Team Up With The Dallas Cowvboys

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 11/6/2013

Selena Gomez teams up with the Dallas Cowboys. And Justin Bieber makes a serious investment. Dave Stewart has those stories and more in your Hollywood Minute. Selena Gomez has locked in her plans for Thanksgiving. The pop singer announced on Twitter she is headed to her home state of Texas to perform at the Dallas Cowboys half-time show. The concert kicks off the Salvation Army's 123rd Annual Red Kettle Campaign. Justin Bieber is throwing some serious cash at a new business venture. According to Fortune magazine, the pop star invested over $1-million in "Shots of Me," a new social media network geared toward teens. Bieber has a massive following on social media and is the second most followed person on Twitter. "Shots of Me" will be available in Apple's app store later this week. Paul Simaon and Sting are teamping up. The two will hit the road for an 18-date North American tour early next year. The duo plan to sing individual hits, along with a few duets. General tickets go on sale next Tuesday.
   
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