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Selena Gomez stands out in yellow and orange as she films Only Murders In The Building

Selena Gomez is one of the top-selling recording artists.

But the 28-year-old Texas native also has an acting career as she has the Disney series Wizards Of Waverly Place, the teen adventure Monte Carlo and the Woody Allen film A Rainy Day on her resume.

This week the Rare singer was seen on the set of another movie: Only Murders In The Building.

Rolling! Selena Gomez is one of the top-selling recording artists. But the 28-year-old Texas native also has an acting career

New shoot: This week the Rare singer was seen on the set of another movie: Only Murders In The Building.

New shoot: This week the Rare singer was seen on the set of another movie: Only Murders In The Building.

Gomez was dressed for style in autumnal colors with a fuzzy fire orange bolero jacket that was left open over a banana yellow top and a pair of grandpa plaid slacks that had a generous boot cut.

The Look At Me Now crooner added heavy duty brown lace up military boots.

A bright yellow beanie called even more attention to the Vogue cover girl as she added large headphones.

The camera was on Selena’s face as she walked down a street in front of a grocery store that had fruits in stands on the sidewalk.

Color craze: Gomez was dressed for style in autumnal colors with a fuzzy fire orange bolero jacket that was left open over a banana yellow top and a pair of grandpa plaid slacks that had a generous boot cut

Color craze: Gomez was dressed for style in autumnal colors with a fuzzy fire orange bolero jacket that was left open over a banana yellow top and a pair of grandpa plaid slacks that had a generous boot cut

She seemed to be in a daze from her music as she walked at a fast clip.

The ex of Justin Bieber and The Weeknd was also seen in a red jumpsuit with a coat over her shoulders.

And co-star Steve Martin was in a dark quilted jacket with jeans and a face shield in place as the former SNL star was seen on the set.

Her co-stars in the Hulu comedy are Steve, Martin Short and Aaron Dominguez, .

The project follows three strangers (Martin, Short and Gomez) who share an obsession with true crime and suddenly find themselves wrapped up in one, according to Deadline. 

The show is co-created and written by Martin and John Hoffman based on an idea by Martin.

Clipboard shot: The Look At Me Now crooner added heavy duty brown lace up military boots. A bright yellow beanie called even more attention to the Vogue cover girl as she added large headphones

Clipboard shot: The Look At Me Now crooner added heavy duty brown lace up military boots. A bright yellow beanie called even more attention to the Vogue cover girl as she added large headphones

No official release date has been announced yet. 

The project is following strict COVID-19 guidelines with several hand washing stations, crew placed in different pods and frequent testing. 

This sighting comes after Gomez said she wants to see more ‘men championing women’.

The actress has said she loves how ‘supportive’ women can be toward one another, but is desperate to see more men helping to ‘lift up’ the women in their lives.

Another look: The The Heart Wants What It Wants songbird wore a red jumpsuit with a fuzzy beige coat on her shoulders as well

Another look: The The Heart Wants What It Wants songbird wore a red jumpsuit with a fuzzy beige coat on her shoulders as well 

Murder minded: The project follows three strangers (Steve Martin, Martin Short and Gomez) who share an obsession with true crime and suddenly find themselves wrapped up in one, according to Deadline

Another hit on her hands? She has worked for Disney and Woody Allen in the past

Murder minded: The project follows three strangers (Steve Martin, Martin Short and Gomez) who share an obsession with true crime and suddenly find themselves wrapped up in one, according to Deadline

Speaking at the virtual Teen Vogue Summit, she said: ‘I love how supportive women can be of other women and lift each other up. 

‘And now these young girls can look up to women more than ever with our vice president, with people like Stacey Abrams, all of these women that truly are breaking the mold and they’re doing things that are incredible … 

‘If anything, I would love to see men championing women more. I’m believing that this place of all these women just supporting each other is great, but we also need some support from men.’

The joke maker: And co-star Steve Martin was in a dark quilted jacket with jeans as the former SNL star was seen on the set

The joke maker: And co-star Steve Martin was in a dark quilted jacket with jeans as the former SNL star was seen on the set

Selena’s call for more support from men comes as she recently said she’s on the lookout for a ‘funny’ boyfriend, as she loves a man who can make her laugh.

When asked what she looks for in a guy, the ‘Lose You to Love Me’ singer – who has previously dated Justin Bieber and The Weeknd – said: ‘Funny does it for me – you just have to be funny. While I like a guy who is confident in himself, I really dislike arrogance.’

However, Selena insisted she is ‘totally cool’ with being single because there are so many good things about being alone in her late 20s.

Come on men! This sighting comes after Gomez said she wants to see more 'men championing women'. The actress has said she loves how 'supportive' women can be toward one another, but is desperate to see more men helping to 'lift up' the women in their lives

Come on men! This sighting comes after Gomez said she wants to see more ‘men championing women’. The actress has said she loves how ‘supportive’ women can be toward one another, but is desperate to see more men helping to ‘lift up’ the women in their lives

She said: ‘I am single – and I’m totally cool with that. There are a lot of positives to being single and it’s about enjoying them when you’re in that stage of life.’

Gomez also said this month she thinks talking about her mental health has given her a 'sense of freedom'

Gomez also said this month she thinks talking about her mental health has given her a ‘sense of freedom’

And the ‘Only Murders in the Building’ actress ruled out the idea of turning to dating apps to find love when she’s ready.

She said: ‘I’m sure [Raya] works for some people but I can’t see that happening.’ 

Gomez also said this month she thinks talking about her mental health has given her a ‘sense of freedom’.

The beauty is determined to help normalize conversations about mental health issues, and Selena admits that discussing her own experiences has been beneficial.

The pop star – who was previously diagnosed with anxiety and depression – shared: ‘I think it’s less scary when you talk about it. So, that’s some sense of freedom that I gained once I did. I think I had a moment where I felt different, like, ‘Why do I react this way?’ ‘Why do I feel the way I do and nobody else does?’ and I had to figure that out.

‘I think my journey personally has been all about my timing – when I felt like it was working and that’s when I suddenly became so obsessed with making sure that everybody I knew understood that sharing your emotions were great.’

Selena started working with therapists in her early 20s, and she thinks it’s transformed her life.

She keeps it real: Selena started working with therapists in her early 20s, and she thinks it's transformed her life. Seen before a makeover last week

She keeps it real: Selena started working with therapists in her early 20s, and she thinks it’s transformed her life. Seen before a makeover last week

The brunette beauty told the virtual Teen Vogue Summit: ‘I’m a huge advocate for therapy … I think it’s such a normal thing, especially nowadays there’s no way that people aren’t feeling a certain way, whether they’re figuring that out on their own or not, we all need each other.’

Meanwhile, Selena also thinks it’s important she surrounds herself with people who are willing to challenge her.

The Wolves hitmaker explained: ”Why do you want to do the things that you’re doing? Are you going to be able to show up for those things? Are you patient with yourself?’ There are so many questions that you have to ask yourself.

‘But at the same time, it’s equally as important to surround yourself with people who are the ones that are challenging you, the ones that are believing in you. There’s a lot of people, even to this day that say ‘no’ to me.’


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