Selena Gomez Is Teasing A ‘Wizards Of Waverly Place’ Reunion And We Don’t Think We’re Ready

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Selenators everywhere are freaking out over something Selena Gomez said…

Remember when Selena Gomez was on the Disney’s “Wizards of Waverly Place”?

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How could you forget?

Apparently, she hasn’t forgotten about it either and maybe even misses it a bit.

You see, on January 7, she shared her first Instagram Story of 2017 that featured her chillin’ with WOWP costar David Henrie, who played her brother.

There’s a funny moment where David insists that he launched her Twitter account and that at the time Selena couldn’t even say “Twitter.” Bwahahah. Selena makes sure to mention that he did NOT start her Instagram account. Hmmm, could that be because she wants all the credit for being crowned the queen of Instagram in 2016?

Surely, you haven’t forgotten that Ms. Gomez had the most popular pic of last year.

when your lyrics are on the bottle ? #ad

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Anyway, back to “Wizards of Waverly Place.” Selena said that she thinks they should do a reunion? WHAT?! Oh, and David came up with all kinds of CRAZY storylines. Check it out!

Why would you tease us like that, Selena?

Find out more about Selena’s teasing shenanigans here.

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This Texas Teen Silenced Bullies With His Shirt, And This Is How People Responded

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This Texas Teen Silenced Bullies With His Shirt, And This Is How People Responded

Aaron Tamez, 17, from Houston, Texas, wanted to shut down haters with a simple but straightforward message.

Aaron Tamez
CREDIT: Aaron Tamez

He found a t-shirt on Etsy that perfectly addressed everything he wanted to say. The organic $18.99 tee featured a message that read: “Why be racist, sexist, homophobic, or transphobic when you could just be quiet?”

Aaron posted pictures of his shirt on Twitter — and its powerful message resonated with thousands of people.

The tweet soon went viral and people on the Internet applauded his fashionably bold attire. Aaron says that as a gay teen he liked the message, “if you have nothing nice to say, just don’t say it at all.”

People on the Internet were blown away by it and loved that fashion could directly target and diminish hate.


Others said that Aaron’s t-shirt is a perfect way to get through to close-minded people.

Aaron tells mitú that he chose to buy the shirt because he liked its message and because he remembered what it was like to have haters in the past.

“I was bullied as a child,” Aaron tells mitú. “Though only in middle school.”

CREDIT: @aarontamezj/Instagram

Aaron says he has never taken a political stand like this before, and never thought his tweet would go viral. He also says that his friends and family have been really supportive.

“My mom is really proud of me for standing up and speaking out,” Aaron says.

Aaron Tamez and his mom.
CREDIT: Aaron Tamez and his mom.

Aaron says because he’s gotten so much attention from this tweet, his friends joke that he’s famous now. We’re sure this is just the beginning for Aaron and his fashion statements.

READ: 11 T-Shirts Every Latino Needs In Their Life

Have you ever worn something that has gotten a lot of attention? Share this story and let us know in the comments below. 

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