David Beckham takes sons to meet teenage dream Selena Gomez in concert

Nice one, Dad! David Beckham takes his boys to meet teenage dream Selena Gomez

David Beckham made his sons' dreams come true over the weekend by introducing them to Disney star Selena Gomez.

The 36-year-old took Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, nine, and six-year-old Cruz
to meet the 19-year-old singer and actress at a 2nd Annual Acoustic
Charity Concert Benefiting UNICEF in Los Angeles on Friday.

The youngsters, who have already met her heartthrob boyfriend, Justin Bieber, 17, looked rather chuffed as they posed with the brunette backstage at The House Of Blues on Sunset
Boulevard.

Big fans: David Beckham and sons Brooklyn, Cruz and Romeo, pose with Selena Gomez and Big Time Rush at her UNICEF concert on Friday night

Big fans: David Beckham and sons Brooklyn, Cruz and Romeo, pose with Selena Gomez and Big Time Rush at her UNICEF concert on Friday night

The boys are clearly big fans of the
star and their youngest sibling Harper shares the same name as a
character from Selena's Disney show, Wizards of Waverly place.

After the successful event, which
raised over $200,000, Selena kicked off her South American tour in a
show-stopping outfit yesterday.

In
a message to her fans on Facebook the excited 19-year-old gushed:
‘Puerto Rico – 4 hours til show time, so excited to be back such a fun
place to kick off my South American Tour it's like my second home. Love
you all.’

Meanwhile, David recently admitted that being a parent is ‘scary’.

All-star event: The group were hanging out with many celebrities, including Ashley Tisdale, at the House of Blues show

Getting more mature by the day: The footballer revealed that it's 'scary' watching his children (including Romeo, pictured) grow up so fast

The
football star – who also has a six-month-old daughter with Victoria –
said that while watching his brood grow up is a ‘great experience’, it
also terrifies him.

He
said: ‘[Watching them grow up] is great but scary. Scary because I can
see Brooklyn getting different interests. Wanting to go out with his
friends, wanting to talk about girls, growing up into a young man.’

However, David admitted he is glad he
has three sons rather than three daughters, as he knows he will worry
about Harper more when she grows up to be a teenager.

He added in an interview with Britain’s Telegraph magazine: ‘I must admit I would rather it be three boys than three girls.

All-star event: The group were hanging out with many celebrities, including Ashley Tisdale, at the House of Blues show

All-star event: The group were hanging out with many celebrities, including Ashley Tisdale, at the House of Blues show

‘Well, by the time Harper is a teenager she's going to have three older brothers that are going to be, well, men.’

David recently revealed he is still in awe of Harper because of how different she is to his older children.

He
said: ‘I've obviously got three amazing boys and with boys you can
throw them around and Harper is obviously my first girl and I'm more
careful. Still now, I'm changing her diaper and I can't believe I've got
a girl.

‘Everything about her is feminine,
the way she eats, the way she moves, the way she looks. I love having a
girl, but I'm glad she's got three older brothers and a dad to look
after her.’

Back to business: Following the charity event, Gomez stepped into a daring outfit to kick off her South American tour this weekend

Back to business: Following the charity event, Gomez stepped into a daring outfit to kick off her South American tour this weekend