Selena Gomez

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Uh, Selena Gomez, your fly is down.

In yet another example of celebs being just like us, the brunette beauty was caught walking through Los Angeles International Airport today after arriving back from Paris with her zipper undone. Oops! It's all good, girl, happens to the best of us.

Gomez seemed completely oblivious to the fact, flashing a big smile as she made her way through the swarming shutterbugs, who clearly wanted to get a good shot of Selena so badly that they started falling to the ground for attempts of getting different angles.

OK, OK, we all know that's not the case (or at least, we hope), but it does seem like at least one paparazzo lost his footing while trying to navigate through the airport crowd and snap pics of Selena at the same time, as we can all see below.

Selena Gomez

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Earlier in the day, Gomez and Miranda Kerr both attended the Louis Vuitton show as part of Paris Fashion Week, where the two stunners both posed for a pic together, flashing subtle smiles as The Giver actress Odeya Rush sandwiched herself between the two. 

The picture looks all fine and dandy, but there's no denying that the pair's run-in is rather awkward, considering they were both allegedly involved in a dramatic love triangle square earlier this summer with Orlando Bloom and Justin Bieber.

Speaking of Bieber, Selena may have hinted that there's trouble in their relationship (again). The star took to Twitter today to post a cryptic message which led fans to believe Jelena may be on the rocks. "Sometimes we think we aren't good enough. But then I realize when I think I'm alone I have God," she wrote.

God and your girlfriends, of course. Gomez posted an Instagram picture tonight to show that she's spending some quality time with her gal-pals upon her arrival back in L.A. "ladies night in with Alice in her wonderland," she wrote.

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