Selena Gomez Strolls Through Target Searching for Her New 'Rare' Album: Watch

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Selena Gomez attends the LA premiere of "Dolittle" at the Regency Village Theatre on Jan. 11, 2020, in Los Angeles.

Selena Gomez celebrated the release of her new album, Rare, with a stroll through the aisles of Target.   

On Friday (Jan. 10), the same day her album dropped, Gomez and her friends visited a nearby Target to pick up some copies of Rare.  

"I came to Target to buy some of my album, some of the copies," Gomez says in a video on her Instagram Story as she walks through the store.  

The singer's friend quickly chimes in, saying, "It's gone -- sold out! I hope [fans] have Apple Music or Spotify, because you're not getting one at Target."  

In another Instagram Story clip, Gomez is seeing doing a twirl in the aisles of Target as she models a sweatshirt with her face printed on the back.

Rare serves as Gomez's first full-length studio set since 2015's Revival. Back in October, the album was preceded by the one-two punch release of singles "Lose You to Love Me" and "Look at Her Now," the former of which debuted at No. 1 on the Hot 100 as the singer's first-ever chart-topper upon its release.


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