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See Selena Gomez Covered in a Disturbing Amount of Fake Blood on the Set of 'Only Murders in the Building'

Hilary Weaver
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This year, Selena Gomez has been busy in New York City, filming her new show, Only Murders in the Building. While she's been at it, she's shown off quite a few excellent looks, including this oversized trench coat and this orange fuzzy coat.

She might have topped off all of these memorable looks on Saturday, when she was photographed with a giant fake-blood stain on her white turtleneck sweater and a short tartan skirt. Her character, Mabel, also appears to be getting arrested in the photos.

Photo credit: James Devaney - Getty Images
Photo credit: James Devaney - Getty Images

This looks like a particularly unfortunate situation (all fictional, of course!), but it also looks like a pretty bad-ass Halloween costume that Gomez is totally pulling off. If you weren't already excited for this new Hulu project starring Gomez, Steve Martin, Martin Short, and more, these images will certainly pique your interest.

Photo credit: James Devaney - Getty Images
Photo credit: James Devaney - Getty Images
Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images
Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images

Seriously, what is going on here?

Per Deadline, the series "follows three strangers (Martin, Short and Gomez) who share an obsession with true crime and suddenly find themselves wrapped up in one."

Gomez herself is a true-crime fan. Before the pandemic hit in 2020, Gomez attended CrimeCon Chicago with her mom; they attended to help solve an unsolved mystery.

"We were honored to host @selenagomez and her mom @mandyteefey at CrowdSolve this weekend," CrimeCon wrote on its Instagram. "They were perfect detectives 馃暤锔忦煏碉笍 who, along with hundreds of others, helped bring peace to the Sova family."

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It's no CrimeCon, but this show looks like a true-crime fan's dream come true.

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