On Monday, Selena Gomez showed the world that she can make any New York City sidewalk her runway by looking incredibly lovely.
As she headed to a hotel in the Tribeca district, the 31-year-old actress and singer was seen in an elegant attire.
The actress wore a jacket and skirt in matching grey herringbone patterns, revealing her legs and a black sheer top that revealed her breast.
The singer of “Calm Down” wore a portion of her chestnut hair up in an effort to highlight her stunning good looks.
The performance follows Selena’s Golden Globe nomination for Best Television Female Actor – Musical/Comedy Series, which she received for her role in Only Murders in the Building, which she received just a few hours before.
In her way are Rachel Brosnahan, Quinta Brunson, Ayo Edebiri, Elle Fanning, and Natasha Lyonne, all of whom have appeared on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Abbott Elementary, The Bear, and Poker Face, respectively.
The former Disney actress has already garnered one nomination for this production; last year, she was nominated for the same category. This is her second nomination overall.
During an interview that Selena did for TikTok back then, she ravedaout how much she loved playing Mabel on Steve Martin and Martin Short.
My excitement is through the roof. “I didn’t think I was going to get nominated, or I thought I was going to get nominated,” she proclaimed with astonishment. I am glad, though.
Selena is rejoicing in the success of her beauty line and the Golden Globe nomination at the same time.
She debuted her Rare Beauty brand in 2020, and since then, it has been immensely popular with her fans; the actress and singer claims that fans often approach her to discuss her cosmetics line more than her music or acting roles.
“Whenever I meet someone in passing, and I am being totally forthright with you, it’s always about Rare Beauty,” she told Wwd.com.
In fact, that’s gotten more important. By the way, it’s lovely. It’s the most common reason people stop me, but I’m always thrilled and flattered. Because we’re so young, it has been an absolutely wild ride.
Additionally, Selena emphasized her eagerness to hear her customers out and modify her products accordingly.
“We’re always curious about what our community needs and how we can do more.”
Because of the success of her business, Selena has been able to start charitable programs, such as the Rare Impact Fund Benefit, which helps with mental health issues among young people