We've had Selena Gomez's latest break-up anthem 'Lose You To Love Me' on repeat ever since it dropped but the refreshingly candid lyrics aren't the only relatable thing to come from the songstress in recent weeks.
Yesterday, the 27-year-old was filmed fashioning a rather impressive recovery after tripping up in a new pair of shoes while out and about in New York - another skill to add to her already-laden bow.
WATCH BELOW: Selena Gomez Wants Justin Bieber To Listen To Her New Music
Gomez flexed her fashion know-how in the Big Apple wearing a seriously covetable Ganni dress plucked from the spring/summer 2019 collection (so good that it's yet to be released).
Further cementing her status as one of the pop industry's best-dressed stars, she completed the daytime ensemble with a pair of slouchy Céline boots.
RELATED: Selena Gomez Urges Fans To "Please Be Kind" Following Online Drama With Hailey Bieber
Yet although fit for gracing the runway, the singer's fashion choices sadly didn't translate well on the pavements.
In a clip shared on Instagram, Gomez can be seen stumbling over her feet whilst trying to exit the building. One of the former Disney star's security guards rushed to assist but she had it covered, lifting her arms in the air to declare triumph.
Unfazed by the fiasco, she emerged from the twirling doors as though nothing had happened to a sea of paparazzi flashes.
Who could have guessed?
In a social media move which reminded us once again why we love the singer, Gomez poked fun at herself by sharing a clip of the tumble via Instagram Stories revealing that she's watched the video "a million times".
Since launching new music, the singer-turned-actress has become a headline fixture after doing the promotional rounds for a number of publications and radio shows.
Most recently, Gomez opened up about her on-off-on-then-off-again relationship with Justin Bieber admitting that it was "a little toxic".
RELATED: Justin Bieber Opened Up About How He “Abused” His Relationships With Selena Gomez
In a rare interview on the Zach Sang Show, she spoke candidly about falling in love for the very first time and the life lessons it armed her with for the future.
"You're in a phase of life where you experience love for the first time and I think that can just be just a little toxic," she explained. "You have this codependency that you think is love and then you have this addiction to the passion and the frustration with each other that you think, 'Oh, that's love,' or fighting or doing all this stuff, 'Oh that's love,' and I believed that for a long time."
She even went on to reveal that she wants a certain individual to listen to her new songs.
We wonder who that could be?