LAX: Is Selena Gomez Falling For Bodyguard a la Heidi Klum?!

Selena Gomez arrives at LAX Airport on a flight in from Europe accompanied by her bodyguard

Selena Gomez, decked out in a fluorescent green sweatshirt from her NEO collection, was seen arriving back to Los Angeles after a promotional trip to Berlin to launch her Adidas NEO collection. On her way out of the airport, she can be seen getting very clingy with her bodyguard, who was curiously also wearing an red Adidas T-shirt. So, is this the start of a new trend where celebs start openly banging their bodyguards (although I’m sure this has been happening in high frequency ever since the bodyguard profession was invented).

  • miasmg


    • skilligan

      miasmg is it?

  • lenilovesfeet

    Yup, it’s her step dad.

  • McP

    She’s banging her stepdad then.

  • Bob

    Once again moe doesnt do any research heh

    • MoeJackson

      @Bob Research?!?
      I think making shit up by just looking at the photos is far more entertaining—at least from a writing standpoint.

      • McP

        MoeJackson But Moe is onto something.  Look at the body language.  He may be her stepdad, but there’s some mutual physical attraction there.

        • MoeJackson

          Sick & kinky, but wouldn’t surprise me…

  • MoeJackson

    To be honest, I had no idea that she had a step dad
    haha. Does this mean we’re no longer in the running for the Pulitzer?

  • curvefan

    OK, I’ll take one for the team.  Somebody needs to be banging her well and often.  I volunteer and I’m certain that I’m in no way related.

  • ErikColquitt

    Good for him,
    Lucky Bastard, shes Uber Cute and young and Fresh and her Few scenes in Spring Breakers ( including a Disturbing Convo with James Franco ) were Jizz Worthy!
    I Hope he Wrecks this Chick like That Big Russian is making Hayden P, s body Unusable for the next dude.

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