Selena Gomez's' 'Elegant Princess' Look at the Vanity Fair Oscars After Party 2014 [PHOTOS]

By Diadem Pambid
March 4, 2014 10:24 AM EST

Selena Gomez on Justin Bieber's 'Elegant Princess' Instagram Post: 'Stupid and childish' [PHOTOS]

Leave it to former Disney princess Selena Gomez to make one heck of a fashion statement. At the recently held Vanity Fair Oscar after party, the "Come & Get It" singer turned a lot of heads with her golden gown. In fact, her ex-beau couldn't help but sing praises for the starlet calling her an "elegant princess." Check out Selena's lovely look last night here.

Obviously, a two-week rehab is all Selena needs to get back up from a rut and look more amazing than ever. While she might not have been invited to the Oscar's red carpet, Selena certainly didn't pass up the chance to turn heads at the Vanity Fair Oscar after party.

At the arrival, Gomez wowed the press with her golden floor length gown by Emilio Pucci. Aside from "Selenators" who could not help but compliment her ensemble for the night, ex-beau Justin Bieber also had high praises for the singer.

On Instagram, Justin posted a collage of Selena's attire for the night along with the caption, "Most elegant princess in the world." Flattery will surely get him somewhere with Selena Gomez but it makes "Jelena" fans wonder once more - what exactly is the real deal between the two?

Putting the "Jelena" drama aside, Selena Gomez certainly enjoyed the Vanity Fair Oscar after party with none other than her "Spring Breakers" co-star, Vanessa Hudgens.

"Selena was really having a good time, she was hanging out with Vanessa [Hudgens] and they were laughing a lot and were having what appeared to be adult beverages," says a source in a report by Hollywood Life, adding, "They were also looking to see who was at the party and were acting like fan girls when they would see other celebs."

Check out the slideshow to see more of Selena's "elegant princess" look at the recent Vanity Fair Oscar after party.

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