Selena Gomez Opts For A Long-Sleeve Sequined Midi Marc Jacobs Dress And Rocks It With Utmost Panache - View Pics
Selena Gomez on The Jimmy Fallon Show (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Leave it to Selena Gomez and she'll make sure to bring something astoundingly beautiful in the fashion front. As she was the special guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, she opted to don a lovely sequin midi dress with full sleeves. Well, for those who don't know, she is starring in The Dead Don't Die, for which she attended the show to promote the same. Apart from downing some insanely spicy chicken, Selena did look good while eating them! Selena Gomez Jokes About Getting Married To 68-Year-Old Actor Bill Murray And The Internet Is Not Taking It Lightly!

For her appearance on the show, Selena chose a gorgeous long-sleeved sequin Marc Jacobs dress. The dress was beautifully embellished with stripes and flaunted a scoop neckline. The ensemble, with its asymmetrical hem, looked very beautiful on Selena. She completed her look with pointy-toed pumps and let her hair down. The actress brought her A-Game on the show as her makeup was taken care of by Hung Vanngo who gave her luscious nude matte lip and mild smokey eyes. Clearly, Selena plans to continue rocking her promotional spree looks for The Dead Don't Die! Selena Gomez Surprises Fans With Her First Ever Coachella Performance Along With Cardi B and DJ Snake - View Pics!

Check out her ensemble below.

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Selena Gomez on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Even for her first appearance at the red carpet of Cannes Film Festival, Gomez donned a lovely Marisa Marino ensemble. Of course, though, the whispered chat shared between her and The Dead Don't Die co-star Bill Murray became a topic of discussion. Gomez even clarified what exactly Murray whispered in her ear. "It wasn’t even—first off, that kind of looks weird. But he was just saying dumb things, like he would just lean in and be like, ‘You look great tonight.’ And then he’d look back seriously and be like, ‘Where are you from?’ And I would just sit there, and I’m trying to be poised. It was fine. That’s what he did with all the time. In press conferences, he’d try to hit me with things. Yeah, it’s just he’s fun. He’s a big kid."