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​Billboard Honoured Singer Selena Gomez with the "Woman of the Year"

Friday - December 1, 2017 4:05 pm , Category : GOSSIP CORNER


Billboard Honoured Singer Selena Gomez with the "Woman of the Year" award alongside honouring many famous songwriters and singers, musicians with the 'Women In Music' Award. Standing Strong on self-reliance braking down the stereotypes, on the bases Billboard, the Top tabulators have declared  Singer Selena Gomez with the 'Woman of the Year' award.






Billboard featured the beautiful singer Selena in a sensuous photoshoot as they declared her the winner. Over the red carpet, as Selena received the award from the woman and buttbuddy Francia who donated Selena her kidney for transplant, Selena said, “To be honest, I think Francia Raisa should be given this award because she saved my life.”




Woman of the Year' award for the Women In Music, for Selena who let the world knew her depression and anxiety issues and her fight to overcome, the autoimmune disease with which she got diagnosed was on turmoil, her surgery and during that same period, she stepped a back to organise her self better stripping away from the superficial excess. All this happened one after another while the singer was on self-reliance, the same time she parted away with her friends and with the then-boyfriend The Weeknd.  




Apart from the award winner for the "Woman of the Year' Selena Gomez, in Billboard's Women In Music Gala many famous songwriters and singers, musicians marked their attendance and were awarded.  Kelly Clarkson, Solange Knowles, Lindsay L Miller, Mary J. Blige, Taraji P. Henson were few among many. 




'Impact' Award winner Solange Knowles calls out the fact that the music industry has long told women they aren’t sexy, smart, cool enough: “I’m so proud to see so many artists saying to hell with that standard...It’s a new goddamn day, and I love it.



Julie Greenwald, COO of Atlantic records while winning the 'Executive' of the year award said that "For a long time, this industry has been a male-dominated sport. Now more than ever it's incumbent on every one of us to raise up the next generation of female leaders."- Window To News


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