Selena Gomez couldn’t keep her hands to herself during her visit to Argentina with new beau The Weeknd. The 24-year-old singer and the Starboy crooner, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, were seen strolling through the streets of Buenos Aires on Tuesday ahead of his show. The Same Old Love singer rocked a black and white striped dress as she appeared arm-in-arm with Abel, 27, who wore matching all black attire under a fatigue bomber jacket. The two were seen taking in the sights and snapping cute selfies as they strolled down the street.

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selena-1VIEW GALLERY Selena and The Weeknd took their romance to Argentina Photo: The Grosby Group

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Over the weekend, the 13 Reasons Why producer flew to Brazil, where she had an exclusive backstage view of her man's show. Selena, took to her Instagram story on Sunday to give fans a sneak peak of the performance from the side of the stage. This isn't the first time the couple has taken their love international. They first popped up in Italy in January where they toured Florence and Rome. While in Florence, a witness told Us Weekly of their lunch at a local restaurant in Santo Spirito square, “They booked the entire restaurant so that no one could get in there." Since Italy, they have also added stamps from Amsterdam and Toronto on their passports.

selena-2VIEW GALLERY The pair were seen taking in the sights ahead of the Starboy singer's concert Photo: The Grosby Group

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Selena and The Weeknd, who ended his relationship with supermodel Bella Hadid in November, confirmed their relationship in January after stepping out for the first time in Santa Monica where they showed much PDA outside of II Ristorante di Giorgio Baldi. The former Disney Channel star opened up about her “personal time" during an appearance with the Step Up Foundation in Los Angeles on March 24. “Right now, I’m actually enjoying finding moments for myself,” she told Today’s Sheinelle Jones. “I like having a little mystery to where I’m at. I think that makes me feel very empowered, very in control of where I’m at.”

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