Selena Gomez

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Selena Gomez likes to wear comfortable attire when traveling—and who can blame her?

The 21-year-old singer was spotted making her way through JFK on Wednesday, sporting some stylish gray sweatpants. The brunette beauty completed the casual look with a beige oversized sweater, a black T-shirt, black booties and some sunglasses.

Gomez, sans possible on-again boyfriend Justin Bieber, kept busy on her cellphone as she briskly walked in the airport.

The "Come and Get It" crooner shared a smiling snapshot on Instagram before leaving the Big Apple.

"NY. I had a lovely time :) I'm sorry I couldn't stop at the airport! Love y'all," she captioned the photograph.

Gomez was in New York City to shoot a new commercial with Adidas' NEO label for a spring-summer 2014 fashion collection after spending a whirlwind few days in Texas with the 20-year-old pop star.

The Texas native wore a longsleeve crop top that showed off her toned tummy, with black sweat pants and a blue scarf, while also having a gray sweater tied around her waist.

E! News exclusively revealed that the former lovebirds reunited in Gomez's home state last weekend. They were spotted grabbing breakfast at a local eatery on Friday, where they were even seen kissing (!) and then later shopping that same day in the city of McAllen with Bieber's bodyguard and several other pals.

Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Instagram


Gomez performed on Saturday at the 2014 BorderFest concert at the Hidalgo State Farm Arena, marking her first show since her stint in rehab earlier this year. Even though Bieber was present, he was "confined to the tour bus" for security reasons.

Bieber then opted to give a surprise performance at the 2014 SXSW Festival in Austin on Sunday, during which he dedicated "As Long as You Love Me" to his "baby girl" while Gomez reportedly watched from backstage.

The singers also recorded a very sexy dance video to the tune of John Legend's hit song "Ordinary People" at Action Dance Studios in McAllen, Texas.

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