Here’s Why Actress Selena Gomez Was Spotted in a Glam Wedding Dress

The ‘My Mind & Me’ singer looks gorgeous in white.
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez.


Are wedding bells in Selena Gomez’s immediate future? Well, sort of.

The Only Murders in the Building star shared a set of photos of herself wearing a poufy white wedding dress on Instagram on March 21. 

While the singer-actress may not be headed to the alter at the moment, it’s clear that her character, Mabel, from the Emmy Award-winning Hulu show just might be.

“I have no caption,” Gomez wrote alongside the images she shared with her 402 million followers. “Just a regular day at work. @onlymurdershulu.”

In the snaps, the Rare Beauty founder sat on the floor in the strapless beaded bridal gown. She wore white combat boots and bright red lipstick while holding a Coca-Cola in one gloved hand.

The post accumulated more than 10 million likes and tons of comments in less than 24 hours.

“you better believe we will be fighting for that bouquet toss 💐,” the official Hulu IG account wrote.

“Only ✨magic✨ in this building,” the verified Coca-Cola account quipped.

“I was just wearing this the other day actually,” Chris Olsen joked.

“Beauty inside and out!” Barbara Corcoran added.

Hulu shared similar images of Gomez alongside costars Steve Martin and Martin Short, further teasing a storyline for the new season.

While there’s no official release date yet for Season 3 of Only Murders in the Building, Paul Rudd and Meryl Streep are set to join the already star-studded cast. 

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