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Entertainment Selena Gomez is covered in fake blood on the set of her new Hulu show

10:05  11 april  2021
10:05  11 april  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Selena Gomez was spotted covered in fake blood on the set of her upcoming series Only Murders in the Building on Friday evening.

While filming scenes for the Hulu series, which is 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 getting arrested and escorted into a police car.

Looking visibly distraught and panicked, the front of her ivory turtleneck sweater was stained in dried blood as she walked with her hands cuffed behind her back.

Selena Gomez holding a pair of people posing for the camera: 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 © Provided by Daily Mail 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

Even after appearing to have fled or been embroiled in a violent crime, Gomez's dark brown tresses looked perfectly polished in a sleek low ponytail.

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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 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.

She also rocked 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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Only Murders in the Building was co-created by This Is Us creator Dan Fogelman, Steve Martin and John Hoffman.

The series 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.

Selena Gomez wearing a hat: 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' © Provided by Daily Mail 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' a person in a car: 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 © Provided by Daily Mail 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 also stars Amy Ryan and Nathan Lane, with the first season spanning ten episodes.

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.

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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.

a person posing for a picture: 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 © Provided by Daily Mail 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

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

She joined other celebs such as Halle Berry, Regina King, Laverne Cox, Cynthia Eriva, Janelle Monae, Bella Hadid, Alison Brie and Gabrielle Union, to name just a few.

'We all must fight against the unnecessary and unethical barriers placed on trans 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.

a group of people standing next to a person: 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 © Provided by Daily Mail 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 a man and a woman standing in front of a building: Support: Gomez was also one of several women who recently signed a letter from GLAAD supporting trans women and girls © Provided by Daily Mail Support: Gomez was also one of several women who recently signed a letter from GLAAD supporting trans women and girls Read more

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