Actress and singer Selena Gomez was spotted on the set of Hulu's "Only Murders in the Building," in a stunning sleeveless lace wedding gown, paired with a white veil and gloves. The actress, who portrays Mabel Mora in the hit series, was seen navigating the busy streets of New York with her co-stars Steve Martin and Martin Short.
Steve Martin Shares a Snap on Twitter
Steve Martin took to Twitter to share a photo of himself with Gomez, captioning it, "Guess what just happened!" Martin also posted a picture of the actress with Short, writing, "Turns out this happened, too."
Gomez also shared a photo from the shoot on her Instagram account, which boasts over 402 million followers. She simply captioned the post, "I have no caption.
Guess what just happened!
Just a regular day at work,"and tagged the official "Only Murders in the Building" account. The photos show Gomez seated on the floor, posing in her wedding attire. In a quirky touch, she held a Coca-Cola in one hand and raised the other hand, all while sporting white Dr.
Amid Social Media Drama
As a reminder, Selena recently found herself at the center of drama on social media after Kylie Jenner and Hailey Bieber allegedly mocked her for over-plucking her eyebrows.
The two are often referred to as "mean girls" for constantly bullying their followers on social media.
Dating Rumors with Chainsmokers Musician
Rumors have circulated that Selena is dating Chainsmokers musician Drew Taggart, 33.
A source told US Weekly, "They aren't trying to hide their romance by sneaking around at members only clubs. They are so affectionate and having a lot of fun together. Selena can hardly keep her hands off him." In 2021, Selena spoke about her relationship history in an interview with Vogue Australia.
She stated, "I think most of my experiences in relationships have been cursed. I’ve been way too young to be exposed to certain things when I was in relationships. I guess I needed to find what was that word for me, because I felt so less than in past relationships, and never really felt equal."