Selena Gomez Was Breathtaking in a Ruby Cape Dress at the Critics’ Choice Awards

Selena Gomez let the world have another rare glimpse of her award season style at the Critics’ Choice Awards tonight, and it was red-hot and gorgeous. The Only Murders in the Building actress stepped out in a custom ruby cape dress by Louis Vuitton for the Los Angeles ceremony. Gomez was nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for her role on the show.

selena gomez at 27th annual critics choice awards

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selena gomez at 27th annual critics choice awards

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selena gomez at the 27th annual critics choice awards

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The appearance comes after Gomez attended the Screen Actors Guild Awards earlier this month in an all black column gown by Oscar de la Renta.

selena gomez at the 28th annual screen actors guild awards

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Gomez is currently shooting season 2 of Only Murders in the Building in New York City.

The show’s co-creator John Hoffman teased a little about what’s in store for Gomez’s character Mabel with ELLE.com during a Twitter Spaces in October.

“I think what’s going to be interesting in season 2—not to tip off too much—but there’s a bit of an expansion to all their stories,” Hoffman said. “In New York, it doesn’t take long for an interesting story to take headlines. So there is an expansion happening around everything in their lives and in the podcast. I think there’s something in there that might help us expand the show, maybe beyond the building, in future seasons.”

As for Mabel’s fate after the first season’s finale, Hoffman added, “It’s a real question, right? It’s an awful way to say it. It is a real question. They’re all in the hot seat. They’ve all stepped in it, and Mabel is certainly even a bit more in the spotlight. The opportunity that might come from that is what’s intriguing to us as we go into a season two. Mabel’s life is going to get a little bit bigger in season 2.”

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