Selena Gomez was recently spotted in New York City. She was busy filming her new show named Only Murders in the Building.
The actress has been showing some excellent looks while filming the show.
She was snapped with a huge fake bloodstain on her white-colored sweater and a short skirt. Selena will be seen portraying Mabel’s character, who appeared to be getting arrested in the viral pictures. While filming the Hulu series’s scenes named Only Murders in the Building, the 28-year-old actress was seen getting escorted to a police car. She was seen walking with her hands held behind her back.
Only Murders in the Building is co-created by Dan Fogelman, Steve Martin, and John Hoffman. The show also stars Amy Ryan and Nathan Lane. The first season comprises ten episodes, which marks the return of Selena Gomez to the small screen. Last time she was seen as Alex Russo in The Wizards of Waverly Place, which aired from 2007 to 2012.
According to sources, the series revolves around the story of three strangers, Martin, Short, and Gomez. The three people are known to share an obsession with the crimes and suddenly find themselves a part of it. Only Murders in the Building was first announced in January. Martin and Short have been seen together in 1986’s Three Amigos and 1991’s Father of the Bride.
Selena Gomez is also a true crime fan.
Before the pandemic, she was seen attending a CrimeCon in Chicago with her mom.
“We were honored to host @selenagomez and her mom @mandyteefey at CrowdSolve this weekend,” CrimeCon wrote. “They were perfect detectives 🕵️🕵️ who, along with hundreds of others, helped bring peace to the Sova family.”
Selena Gomez recently lent her voice to the role of Betsy in the movie named Dolittle. She also signed a letter from the GLAAD to support trans women and girls. She joined other celebrities such as Cynthia Erica, Alison Brie, Halle Berry, Regina King, Janelle Monae, Bella Hadid, Laverne Cox, and Gabrielle Union to sign the letter.
‘We all must fight against the unnecessary and unethical barriers placed on trans women and girls by lawmakers and those who co-opt the feminist label in the name of division and hatred. Our feminism must be unapologetically expansive so that we can leave the door open for future generations,’ the letter included.