“Selena Gomez Gets Bloody for Upcoming Hulu Series Only Murders In The Building”

On Friday evening, Selena Gomez was seen on the set of her upcoming Hulu series Only Murders in the Building covered in fake blood. While filming scenes for the true-crime fan group who come together to solve a murder in their apartment building, the 28-year-old actress was arrested and escorted into a police car. Looking visibly upset and panicked, the front of her ivory turtleneck sweater was stained in dried blood as she walked with her hands cuffed behind her back.

Filming: Selena Gomez was spotted covered in fake blood on the set of her upcoming series Only Murders in the Building with comedy icons Steve Martin and Martin Short

While filming for her upcoming series Only Murders in the Building with comedy icons Steve Martin and Martin Short, Selena Gomez was spotted covered in fake blood. Despite appearing to have fled or been embroiled in a violent crime, Gomez’s dark brown tresses looked perfectly polished in a sleek low ponytail. Traces of fake blood were also speckled on her short plaid skirt, and her black tights featured a small rip down her right thigh. After wrapping up the scene, the Lose You to Love Me singer bundled up in a long light brown jacket, gold hoop earrings, and a surgical mask amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Arrested: While filming scenes for the Hulu series, about a group of true-crime fans who band together to solve a murder in their own apartment building, the 28-year-old actress was seen being escorted into a police car by an officer

During the filming of scenes for the Hulu series, a group of true-crime enthusiasts came together to solve a murder in their apartment building. The 28-year-old actress was later seen being escorted into a police car by an officer.

Handcuffed: Looking distraught and panicked, her ivory turtleneck sweater was stained in blood and she appeared to have her cuffed behind back

Looking distressed and panicked, the woman’s ivory turtleneck sweater was stained with blood and it appeared that her hands were handcuffed behind her back.

Bloodied: Traces of fake blood were also speckled on her short plaid skirt, and her black tights featured a small rip down her right thigh

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After wrapping the scene, the Lose You to Love Me singer bundled up in a long light brown jacket, gold hoop earrings and a surgical mask amid the COVID-19 pandemic

After appearing to have fled or been involved in a violent crime, Gomez’s dark brown hair looked perfectly polished in a sleek low ponytail. She also wore a pair of black combat boots following a long day on set of the new show, which has yet to announce a premiere date.

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Australian actress Margot Robbie was reportedly offered almost $500,000 for pictures of her feet. “Only Murders in the Building” is a series co-created by “This Is Us” creator Dan Fogelman, Steve Martin, and John Hoffman. The show follows three strangers (played by Martin Short, Steve Martin, and Selena Gomez) who share an obsession with true crime and suddenly find themselves wrapped up in one.

Back to TV: Only Murders in the Building was co-created by This Is Us creator Dan Fogelman, Steve Martin and John Hoffman which puts a 'hilarious spin on the true crime genre'

The TV show “Only Murders in the Building” was co-created by Dan Fogelman, Steve Martin, and John Hoffman. The creators put a humorous twist on the true crime genre, making for an entertaining viewing experience. Check out the gallery for more!

On set: The series follows three strangers (Martin, Short and Gomez) who share an obsession with true crime and suddenly find themselves wrapped up in one

The series follows three strangers – Martin, Short, and Gomez – who share a fascination with true crime and suddenly find themselves wrapped up in one. Amy Ryan and Nathan Lane also star in the show, which spans ten episodes in its first season. This marks Gomez’s return to television since her breakout role as Alex Russo in The Wizards of Waverly Place, which aired from 2007 to 2012. She also recently lent her voice to Betsy in the 2020 movie Dolittle, and appeared in the 2019 films The Dead Don’t Die and A Rainy Day in New York.

Exciting: The show marks Gomez's first return to the small screen since her breakout role as Alex Russo in The Wizards of Waverly Place, which ran from 2007 to 2012

Exciting news! Gomez made her first return to television since her breakout role as Alex Russo in “The Wizards of Waverly Place” from 2007 to 2012. She was among several women who recently signed a letter from GLAAD supporting transgender women and girls, including other celebrities like Halle Berry, Regina King, Laverne Cox, Cynthia Erivo, Janelle Monae, Bella Hadid, Alison Brie, and Gabrielle Union, to name a few. The letter called for fighting unnecessary and unethical barriers placed on transgender women and girls by lawmakers and those who co-opt the feminist label in the name of division and hatred. “Our feminism must be unapologetically expansive so that we can leave the door open for future generations,” the letter read.

Staying busy: She also most recently leant her voice to Betsy in the 2020 movie Dolittle, and roles in 2019 films The Dead Don't Die and A Rainy Day in New York

Remaining occupied: In her most recent work, she also discovered her voice in the character of Betsy in the 2020 film Dolittle, and has appeared in films like The Dead Don’t Die and A Rainy Day in New York in 2019.

Support: Gomez was also one of several women who recently signed a letter from GLAAD supporting trans women and girls

One of the women who recently signed a letter from GLAAD supporting transgender women and girls was also Gomez.

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