Selena Gomez in Silver Dress at the premiere for Sparkless ‘Only’ Season 2

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Selena Gomez Absolutely stunning looking presence Just murder in the building June 27 season two premieres. The singer / actress joined her co-stars Martin Short and Steve Martin on the red carpet for a night to celebrate the Hulu show. With the spotlight on her, Selina was absolutely brilliant when wearing a shiny silver dress to the event.

Selena GomezSelena Gomez at the season 2 premiere of ‘Only Murders’. (Matt Baron / BEI / Shutterstock)

Selena’s dress had a long sleeve and a short sleeve, as well as a high sleeve up to one leg. There was a side cutout to show off some more leather. Her look was complete with open toe silver shoes, and she wore a pair of silver hoop earrings to accessorize. For her glam look, Selena pulled her hair into a ponytail, a dark liner around her eyes and a light gloss on her lips.

Selena Gomez Martin Short Steve MartinSelina poses with Martin Short and Steve Martin at the premiere of ‘Only Murders’. (Matt Baron / BEI / Shutterstock)

Season one Just murder in the building, Which premiered in August 2021, has received similarly widespread praise from fans and critics alike. The show was nominated for three Golden Globe Awards, including Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy. At the SAG Awards, it received three nominations, including an outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series. Both Steve and Martin have agreed to perform individually on each award show.

June 28 is the premiere of the second season of the show, and there are already rumors that the show and its stars may get some Emmy nominations.

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