Watch: Selena Gomez Provides a Hilarious Update on Her Love Life

The singer-actress showed off her sense of humor in a recent TikTok.
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez.

Selena Gomez continues to be one of the most relatable celebrities of our time. The singer-actress proved she has a sense of humor by poking fun at her dating life in a recent TikTok.

The “My Mind & Me” singer wore a short sleeved pink button-up and was in full glam for the clip. Her shoulder-length brunette locks were styled in a sleek and wavy blowout, while Gomez sported a pop of color on her lips with pink lipstick.

“I hate it when girls are like, ‘Oh my gosh, my crush doesn’t even know that I exist,’ like girl, my crush doesn’t even exist,” Gomez quipped using a popular sound on the platform.

She joked further in her caption, writing, “Still out here lookin for him lol.”

Plenty of Gomez’s 56.7 million followers on the platform were quick to comment.

“well the whole world is crushing on you right now girl 🥰😁,” one person wrote.

“Same tho,” Gomez’s own makeup brand, Rare Beauty, agreed.

“It’s okay because you are THE girl crush for literally everyone 🖤,” another fan gushed.

“omg but we do exist,” the official Hulu account cracked.

Last month, the Only Murders in the Building actress posted a similarly-themed snippet on the video-based platform. She shared why she’s happily single at the moment—because she doesn’t like to leave the house to meet people.

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