Selena Gomez Stuns on the Cover of Elle Magazine – Inside the Singer's Fresh Start
The American sweetheart graced the magazine's cover for the September issue and opened up about her past struggles now that she has a few projects up her sleeve.
Selena Gomez looked drop-dead gorgeous, debuting a blonde curled look for the black and white cover dressed in a Gucci dress and accessorized with dangling earrings from Cartier.
The outlet posted the picture of the actress on Instagram last week, and model Hailey Bieber showed Gomez some love by liking the post.
HAILEY BIEBER SHOWING SUPPORT
However, this is hardly a rare occurrence by the runway star who previously liked Gomez's photo covering Vogue back in March.
Her actions may indicate that she and Gomez are not beefing, considering spouse Justin Bieber married her only months after breaking up with the "Lose You to Love Me" singer.
Regardless, Gomez moved on from all of her public heartbreaks and has been incredibly busy shooting her upcoming Hulu series, "Only Murders in the Building." The series is her first series-regular role since "Wizards of Waverly Place."
The Texas native will be starring alongside renowned actors Steve Martin and Martin Short. Also, an executive producer, Gomez, plays Mabel, a lonely young woman who lives in a luxury Upper West Side apartment building.
When the show began shooting last November, she was excited about it, but the ongoing pandemic made the experience a bit challenging, she told Elle:
“No one was allowed to be on set. Everybody wore masks and shields. If I touched a prop, they cleaned it.”
Nonetheless, she and her co-stars managed to bond instantly on set, and Gomez shared she loved working with older actors. "I got to be in a space with so much wisdom," she divulged.
Despite the uncomfortable experience on set, “Only Murders” was not the only show Gomez shot during quarantine as she was also busy with her cooking show “Selena + Chef.”
The 29-year-old revealed the TV show was inspired by people posting food on social media and how she made an effort to learn how to make them.
"Everyone got so involved in cooking during the pandemic," Gomez said, and so she found herself looking at those food photos and wished she knew how to prepare them.
Shortly after that, she got her team together and asked what she could do during quarantine that would allow her to have fun with food.
There and then, "Selena+ Chef" was established, and it makes her happy. Not only does it feed her soul, but it benefits several charities too.
The reality show has raised $360 000 for 23 nonprofit organizations during the first two seasons, adding to Gomez’s philanthropic goals.
The first season consisted of 10 episodes and was renewed for a second season in August 2020, which premiered later that year. In April 2021, the series was renewed for a third season.