Selena Gomez Hangs Out With “The Bachelor” Star Madison Prewett After Crazy Split

Selena Gomez seems to have a new BFF in her life who might look familiar to fans of The Bachelor.

Selena hung out with recent Bachelor star Madison Prewett after news of her breakup shocked fans. Madison ended up getting together with The Bachelor Peter Webber, but it not as simple as it sounds. Peter ended up getting engaged to a different woman, Hannah Ann, at the end of the series after Madison dropped out of the competition. However, a short time later, Peter ended up breaking off his engagement with Hannah Ann and reunited with Madison shortly after.

However, their love didn’t last long as the two announced their breakup just 2 days after the finale (and their big reunion) aired.

Still, it doesn’t seem like the single life is bothering Madi as she got to spend some time with Selena herself. Sel posted a video of her at Target buying board games with friends so they can stay at home due to the coronavirus. She asked her fans to take care of themselves due to the Coronavirus.

“I hope everyone is being safe and taking good care of yourselves. I know you’re probably tired of hearing it, but I just want to let you guys know that I am praying and I’m thinking about everyone,” she said on her Instagram story.

In her next video, Selena shows Madison and some of her other friends picking out games to play.

Selena also posted a photo of them playing an unknown game with Madison holding up a card saying “winner” with a rose in the middle.

This is probably a reference to The Bachelor and how she ended up with Peter at the end, despite the fact that his mom was really against their relationship. It’s still not entirely clear how these two ladies became friends, but it seems like Sel might be a Bachelor super-fan like the rest of us.

Even though they broke up, it looks like Madison is not letting it bother her one bit. And if there’s someone who knows everything about getting over breakups, it’s definitely Selena!

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