When Selena Gomez arrived at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in New York City’s Ed Sullivan Theater on Tuesday, she looked absolutely stunning. All eyes were on the 29-year-old actress and pop star as she stepped out to promote her new show, Only Murders In The Building, wearing a little black dress with dark, flowing tresses. Gomez’s curves were fully displayed in the short black dress, which featured a cleavage-baring scoop neck.
Selena Gomez made a stunning appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Tuesday. She added a few extra inches to her lean legs with strappy stilettos and balanced it out with a wholesome black cardigan on top. The Rare Beauty creator amped up her look with bold crimson lipstick, accentuating her pout.
As the 29-year-old actress/pop star stepped out to promote her new show “Only Murders in the Building,” all eyes were on her.
The former Disney star wore a black dress with long, dark hair for her appearance on the late night show. Also present were Selena’s co-stars Steve Martin, aged 76, and Martin Short, aged 71. Short looked stylish in jeans and a grey pinstriped jacket, pulling back his mask to reveal his famous smile. Meanwhile, Martin opted for a dapper look, pairing a navy suit with a polka dot tie, bowler hat, and delicate glasses.
Hey, check it out! Martin Short, our fellow cast member, took off his mask and flashed us a big smile!
Dapper Dan noted that Steve Martin looked sharp in his stylish blue suit, bowler hat, and tie. The show “Only Murders in the Building” centers around three neighbors residing in a New York City apartment building who are all avid true crime enthusiasts. Their amateur detective skills are put to the test when a real murder occurs in their building, and they attempt to solve the case on their own. New episodes of the show are released every Tuesday on Hulu, with the first four episodes currently available for streaming.
The show “Trio: Only Murders in the Building” features three individuals residing in a New York City apartment building who share a common interest in true crime.