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November 7, 2013 at 4:23 PM

Selena Gomez at KeyArena Tuesday | Concert preview

(Diego Uchitel)

(Diego Uchitel)

Selena Gomez’s “Star Dance” reached No. 1 this year but plummeted as fast as her ill-fated romance with teen idol Justin Bieber. Gomez can still bring it, though, in both the dancing and singing departments as her single “Come and Get It” proved this year. Though aimed at a tween’n’teen demographic, Gomez puts on a quality show and, unlike her admittedly more adventurous contemporary Miley Cyrus, she has managed to remain tasteful while also projecting sexuality.

Selena Gomez

7 p.m. Tuesday at KeyArena, Seattle Center; $25-$65 (800-745-3000 or ticketmaster.com).

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