Selena Gomez praised by fans as she poses in wedding dress
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Only Murders in the Building fans are flocking to social media in awe of one of Selena Gomez's outfits.
Fans of the singer, actor and most followed woman on Instagram, have since flocked to her social media in excitement over her outfit.
The caption reads: "I have no caption.
"Just a regular day at work. @onlymurdershulu."
The post has amassed over nine million likes, with fans of the show and of Gomez having flooded to the post in support of the look and anticipation for the next series.
One said: "The fact that she's drinking a coke. She's perfect."
"The boots underneath it makes it even better," another added.
A third commented: "Cannot WAIT for season three!!!! This has been my absolute favorite show that I look forward to watching since it's conception a couple of years ago.
"I started watching it mostly for Steve Martin and Martin Short (two of my favorite from my childhood), but you really do put the icing on the cake of this fantastic show. The best murder solving trio on the planet!"
"Waiting for Hailey's post wearing a bridal gown, same pose just rephrased caption," one said.
A second wrote: "Hailey is coming with her wedding post."
"I bet this photo has triple the amount of like them Haley's actual wedding photos," another added.
A fourth said: "Hailey running to put her wedding dress back on."
Only Murders in the Building was confirmed by Hulu as returning for a third season in July 2022.
Hulu announced on social media: "All of your favorite characters are going to be returning for season three!"
President of Hulu Originals and ABC Entertainment, Craig Erwich said in a statement: "Its appeal across generations, the intersection of humor and heart, and its truly original approach are a hallmark of and testament to Dan, John, Steve, Marty and Selena’s work.
"We are grateful to be able to continue telling the stories of Charles, Oliver and Mabel to viewers that have consistently shown us they crave more of this story."