Lottie, 17, was a part of the US singer’s glam squad, but she told The Sun online she’s no longer working for the ex-Disney star – best known for dating pop brat Justin Bieber.
Today, backstage at Capital Radio’s Summertime Ball, Lottie confirmed she no longer worked for Selena.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun online, she said: “I’m not going on Selena’s tour anymore, no.
“She just wanted to use local make-up artists instead – I guess it’s cheaper for the tour?
“I didn’t really want to travel for the next year though.”
Selena’s Revival Tour kicked off its North American leg in Las Vegas on May 6 – but by the end of May Lottie was doing make-up for X Factor winner Louisa.
She was praised for the 18-year-old’s wide-eyed look when she performed at the Britain’s Got Talent final with Clean Bandit.
Despite her young age, Lottie has a fair bit of experience after interning for One Direction’s stylist Lou Teasdale, and industry insiders say the pretty teen is always popular backstage.
As well as working alongside her at trendy east London hair salon Bleach in Dalston, she also assisted her backstage at London Fashion Week and went on a world tour with the boys.
Speaking to Elle Magazine back in February, Lottie explained how she met the former Disney star, who dated Justin Bieber on-and-off for years, when she performed at the X Factor final on December 14.
She said: “She was on the X Factor in the UK at the same time as [One Direction] were.
“We met backstage. She came to Lou to ask her to do her hair.
“She had really long hair at the time, and it was getting all knotted up.
“So I was assisting Lou with her hair, and she asked for a make-up touch-up. I said, ‘Sure, I can do that!’
“And she liked it, and we’re still in contact.”
However, the ambitious teen also told the mag she was worried about her first solo gig, and was aware that she would get homesick.
Lottie added: ” I’m in quite a good position because I’ve done the One Direction tour already, so I know a lot of what to expect.
“But it’s different because I’ll be on my own at first; I won’t have my brother or Lou or anyone with me. “So I’ll have to meet people and make friends. That’s the part that’s the hardest, just not knowing who I’ll be with, when I’m so used to being on tour with people I’m really close with.
“Hopefully my family will come visit from time to time, and make it easier.”
Wattpad Jr. living up to his name. That headline is ridiculously out of tone with the story.