On Saturday, the “Same Old Love” singer, 31, shared two new selfies with her musician bestie on Instagram as the two enjoy some outdoor dining with a seaside view.
Swift, 33, can be seen with her arms extended to capture both photos from a higher angle to show off the blue sky and ocean backdrop. In the first snap, Gomez rests her chin with her hand on Swift’s shoulder and both sweetly smile while looking into the camera.
The “Anti-Hero” hitmaker then turns to the side to kiss Gomez on the cheek in the next selfie, in which Selena also strikes a kissy face.
“Thas my best frien -she a real bad,” Gomez captioned the post with the opening lyrics to Doja Cat and Saweetie’s 2021 collab “Best Friend.”
The longtime besties’ get-together comes a few days after the two linked up at the MTV Video Music Awards on Tuesday. The Only Murders in the Building star had shared a cute candid taken of herself and Swift in an embrace at the awards show on her Instagram Story.
“She looks stunning I look constipated,” Gomez poked fun at her facial expression in the photo. “Typical,” she added below the snapshot.
Both ladies won big that night, with Swift winning nine awards, including the top prize of video of the year for "Anti-Hero." As for Gomez, she and Nigerian singer Rema won best afrobeats for their track “Calm Down."
Swift was spotted being Gomez’s number one fan, jumping up and down, cheering and blowing kisses to her bestie as took the stage with Rema to accept their award.
The Grammy winner is also known to be super supportive of her close pal on social media. Most recently, she celebrated the latest release of Gomez’s first single in nearly a year titled “Single Soon.”
“When your bestie is the bestest,” Swift wrote over her Instagram Story a few weeks ago, which was an Instagram Reel Gomez originally posted featuring several clips from the song’s music video. “Will be dancing to this forever methinks,” Swift added.
Earlier this month, Gomez revealed that the close pals always play their music for each other before their official public release.
“I play everything for Taylor before it comes out and she was so supportive, so she loved that song. I love her. She’s the best,” Gomez said of Swift listening to “Lose You to Love Me” for the first time on an Instagram Live last week.
Before then, Gomez recounted hearing Swift’s song “Love Story” for the first time and how the Eras Tour has brought up old memories for her.
“I remember the first time Taylor ever played me ‘Love Story’ and we were at a hotel room and she said, ‘This is gonna be my new song for my new album,’” Gomez said on air with 104.3 MYFM radio station. “Watching the show is so nostalgic and it just feels like I’ve lived life with her.”