Selena Gomez was undeniably feeling the (same old) love during her tour stop in Montreal on Thursday night (May 26), where a number of Selenators coordinated a very touching and joyful surprise for the singer.

While performing in the Canadian city as part of her Revival Tour, the pop star was visibly floored by a special project organized by her many fans in attendance. During the performance of her uplifting 2011 single "Who Says?", hundreds of fans held up signs that read—no, not "Marry Justin," obviously—"We Are Worth It," a powerful gesture which brought tears to Gomez's eyes.

As well as bringing out the signs en masse—a message of solidarity and appreciation for Selena that was loud and clear—the Bell Centre stadium also erupted into a thousands-strong sing-along of the hit song, with the crowd's unified voices even overpowering the singer's at one point. So blown away by her fans, and so overwhelmed by their support, Gomez had to stop singing just to soak in the beautiful moment, brushing away tears and laughing incredulously as she gazed around the venue in awe.

"F---!" she exclaimed at the end of the song, still somewhat at a loss for words. "I don't know what to say... Thank you."

They love you like a love song, baby. Watch her reaction, below:

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