It may technically still be spring, but summer fashion season has begun. Case in point: Selena Gomez leaned into sunny pastels at ABC’s Upfronts in New York City today, pairing a yellow short-sleeved blazer with a matching mini skirt. She wore her hair up and had peachy makeup on for the event. Gomez was promoting her show Only Murders in the Building. Earlier this afternoon, she shared a first-look teaser of the hit Hulu show’s second season on Twitter.
“June 28th!! Can’t wait for y’all to see @onlymurdershulu Season 2,” Gomez wrote.
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This isn’t the only pastel tweed look Gomez has worn to an event for the show. She also paired a pink Mango cutout shift dress with a matching blazer for the Deadline Contenders Television event in April, earning a spot on our best-dressed list.
The dress and blazer are still available to buy:
Gomez hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time this past weekend—and did a Miley Cyrus impression that got Cyrus’s attention and stamp of approval.
“I also asked one of my oldest friends, Miley Cyrus [for SNL hosting advice], and she said, ‘Just be yourself, and have fun,’” Gomez said in Cyrus’s distinct husky voice. “I was like, ‘Miley, is that just an excuse for me to do an impression of you on the show?’ And she was like, ‘Hell yeah, I’m Miley Cyrus.’”
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Cyrus leaned into that ‘Hell yeah, I’m Miley Cyrus’ line, quoting it on her Instagram and tagging Gomez and SNL’s Instagram accounts. She added a tea pot emoji for extra fun.
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