Apparently, Joey King and Selena Gomez Go Waaay Back

They were even together on Joey's 10th birthday!
by Ysa Singson for Cosmo.ph   |  Aug 26, 2020
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Here's a blast from the past! According to a video uploaded under the YouTube channel JoeyKingActress, Joey King got her ears pierced for the first time with the support of her family. And guess who else went with her? Selena Gomez! They all went to celebrate her 10th birthday. Lucky for us, they got the whole experience on video. ICYDK, Joey and Selena worked together in Ramona and Beezus.

In the beginning of the video, little Joey is visibly nervous behind those pink, birthday candle shades. She says, "I'm really scared but I want to [do it]." It took a lot of convincing and cheering for her to go through with it, but she emerged victorious with two ear piercings!

On Selena's YouTube channel, we also found videos of the two, and they're so adorable!

Here's Sel introducing Joey as Ramona (her first lead role):

And here they are chilling after work:

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