Selena Gomez was reunited with her co-stars from the Disney show Wizards of Waverly Place at the wedding of her former onscreen brother, David Henrie. The singer shared several snaps of herself with David and the rest of their onscreen family – Jennifer Stone, David DeLuise, Maria Canals-Barrera and Jake T. Austin – to celebrate the special day. David tied the knot with former Miss Delaware beauty queen Maria Cahill in South California and were joined by around 170 guests, including the cast of the hit fantasy show. Selena shared several photos of the group together, writing: "Very much in my feelings about my big brother getting married. Even though we for sure knew it would be him first. May God bless you and your beautiful wife Henrie!"
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According to David, he was originally going to ask his former co-star to perform on his special day. He told People magazine: "[Selena] was one of the first people I told I was getting married. She was like, 'I'm in. Whenever it is, I'll be there'. As it got closer, I was like, 'No, just relax and enjoy the evening.' But it very well might [happen]." Fans were quick to reminisce over the show, with one writing: "This makes my childhood memories come back," while another added: "OMG awwww this is so cute I miss this family so much."
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Selena also shared a photo with her boyfriend, the Weeknd
It appears that Selena's boyfriend The Weeknd didn't attend the wedding, but Selena recently posted a photo of the pair with their arms around each other on Instagram, which has so far reached over seven million likes. The star also recently worked on the miniseries 13 Reasons Why as the executive producer, and posted a behind-the-scenes snap from the much-talked about Netflix show. She wrote: "Our show @13reasonswhy came out tonight and I couldn't be more overwhelmed with pride and joy. After 7 years of holding onto this book, I couldn't of picked a better time for this message to exist. Jay Asher wrote a beautifully tragic, compelling story and we were lucky to have brought it to life. Thank you to every single soul that put their heart into this passion project."