Selena Gomez wears a yellow mini dress on the same day Her Outfit Address Emmys Snub
Selena Gomez spent her Emmys nomination day in London, promoting Rare Beauty’s new Kind Words Matte lipstick and primer after visit Paris and Milan, also. The There are only murders in the building the actress had a major fashion moment there on the same day as her co-stars and co-stars Steve Martin and Martin Short, handle how disappointed they were when she didn’t get an Emmys nomination for acting like them.
In particular, Gomez wore a 60s yellow mini dress in the UK city. She has dark brown hair styled in a half bun and further evokes the era with her cat eye makeup.
While Gomez did not receive a nomination in the lead actress category for this year’s Emmys, she still making history was part of the show’s production team, which received a nomination for outstanding comedy series. Gomez, who executive produces for the show, is the second Latina ever nominated to produce for a comedy series in Emmys history.
Gomez did not comment on her Emmys acting snobby. But she co-stars Steve Martin and Martin Short haven’t stopped discussing how frustrated they are that her performance isn’t being recognized the way they should be, as both received the actor’s nod. Emmy herself.
Martin told Diversity, “We are happy to have received so many nominations. We’re a bit disappointed by Selena [Gomez] wasn’t nominated because she was so important to the trio, to the show. She balances us out. In fact, in some ways, you could say we’re nominated for her balance on the show. But we’re delighted that she’s been nominated as the show’s executive producer. She is a huge asset to us.”
He and Short added that they have not spoken to her since the nomination. Martin said: “I think I still see her tweeting from Europe.
“I think she’s in Europe,” Short agreed.
“And you know, communication is so slow, I think it takes five days to get a letter there,” Martin quips.
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