Selena Gomez Wear White Shirt Dress With Corset Lacing to FYC Event

On Saturday, June 11, Selena Gomez attended a For Your Consideration Event promoting her hit Hulu series Only Murders in the Building for the upcoming Emmy awards. Her red carpet look at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles was a Prada semi-sheer white shirt dress. The loose tailoring was cinched in by corset lacing over her lower torso, and the hem ended several inches above the knee to show off her long legs.

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They looked even longer over the strappy, silver heels she paired with the ensemble, balancing perfectly as she posed for the cameras. Gomez wore her wavy brunette locks streaming down over her shoulders, but pinned away from her face. She accessorized with a few pieces of silver jewelry, including rings, chunky earrings, and a bright red lip.

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In her new Hulu show Only Murders In The Building, Gomez plays an amateur sleuth who works with comedians Steve Martin and Martin Short to solve a murder that happens in their building. As people obsessed with true crime, they’re sure they can figure out the mystery and chaos ensues. The show was created by Steve Martin and John Hoffman and season two premieres at the end of June.

Gomez helped celebrate the marriage of Britney Spears to her longtime fiancé Sam Asghari this weekend as well, attending the lavish ceremony and reception at Spears’ Thousand Oaks mansion. On her Instagram Stories, she shared a photo of herself with Spears and some of the other big name celebrities at the event, including Madonna, Drew Barrymore, Paris Hilton, and Donatella Versace.

Gomez wrote above the image, “Congrats Britney!! So honored to have been part of your wedding day. Love you!!”

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Spears was also thrilled to have Gomez there, writing on her own timeline that Gomez “is way prettier in person if that’s possible.”

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