Selena Gomez Asks Relatable Question to Those 30 and Older, Fan Responses Deliver

The singer and actress returned to TikTok with humor after a short break.
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez.

After a brief hiatus on the platform in April and May, Selena Gomez is back on TikTok and better than ever. The 30-year-old star of Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building posed an important prompt directed at those of her 58.3 million followers who fall into a similar age group.

“Just a quick question to anyone who’s over 30,” she mouthed along to a popular sound with a quizzical expression. “What are we supposed to be doing?” Gomez wore a chunky knit sweater and gold hoop earrings, while her hair was pulled up and she sported a hot pink lip.

The five-second clip racked up nearly two million views in just three hours, and tons of Gomez’s followers piped into the comments section with feedback.

“you’re supposed to be slaying as you are ✨💅,” the official e.l.f. Cosmetics brand account wrote.

“I think we’re supposed to start a garden or something 😂,” one person quipped.

“I’m 32 I literally just drink ice coffee and binge watch whatever I can find on Netflix lol,” another admitted.

“Going to bed by 9 and watching your fav tv show after doing your skincare routine and wearing comfy pjs 🥰,” one individual offered.

“I’m 30 and relate to this SO MUCH 😂,” someone else noted.

“I’m over 40 now and I’m still trying to figure that out, Selena,” another person confessed.

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