Selena Gomez admitted that her role in the series 'Only Murders in the Building' was originally male

Selena Gomez admitted that her role in the series 'Only Murders in the Building' was originally male
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Streaming service Hulu is releasing the second season of Only Murders in the Building, and so the co-star is busy with promotions.

Last week, Selena Gomez and her co-stars took to the runway of the Los Angeles premiere, where the actress looked very seductive in a snow-white Prada laced-waist shirtdress, and also made guest appearances on several radios and TV shows.

Over the weekend, a fresh edition of the Awards Chatter podcast was released, on the recording of which Selena revealed several facts from the filming of the project.

In particular, the 29-year-old movie star admitted that initially, Steve Martin, who co-authored the script with John Hoffman, wrote three male characters in the plot.

However, when discussing the filming process on the eve of filming, they thought that a female role would give the show momentum, and decided to change the cast, also thinking that the heroine should be younger than the duo of elderly single heroes played by Steve Martin and Martin Short.

Selena's approval for the lead role happened literally on the first try. Upon its release, the Upper West Side Tenement Crime Series received positive reviews and an impressive audience, allowing it to be renewed for another season.

In a previous post, A few years ago, it was discovered that Selena Gomez had major health problems, including lupus, diseased kidneys, and high blood pressure.

All this negatively affected his appearance; the singer became much better.

Not only was she worried about the artist's mental health problems, but an avalanche of comments fell on her where she felt it was her duty to say every second that she had become too fat and to expose herself.

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Order before exiting the red carpet. All of this hurt Selena. In 2019, she also retired from all social networks, as she could no longer read all these comments.

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