“Slaying the Broadway Scene: Selena Gomez in Bold Stripes for Mean Girls Show in the Big Apple”

Selena Gomez made an appearance at the Mean Girls play in New York City on Tuesday. She turned heads with her stunning attire, donning a long coat in green and orange stripes that matched her horizontally striped minidress. The 26-year-old star completed her ensemble with white open-toed wedge heels and carried a matching white purse.

Bright stripes: Selena Gomez stepped out in bright stripes Tuesday to see the Mean Girls play in New York City

Selena Gomez caught everyone’s attention as she stepped out in New York City on Tuesday wearing a strikingly colorful striped ensemble. The singer and actress looked radiant with her brown tresses styled in loose curls that elegantly flowed down her shoulders. Adding a touch of glamour, Selena opted for smoky eye makeup and a pop of pink lipstick to accentuate her natural beauty. The multi-talented star was seen attending the Broadway show of Mean Girls at the August Wilson Theatre. Based on the 2004 movie, the musical adaptation of Mean Girls premiered in April 2018 with the book written by Tina Fey, who also wrote the screenplay for the film.

Short dress: The 26-year-old singer showed her legs in a short horizontally striped dress

The 26-year-old singer showed off her legs in a short dress with horizontal stripes.

Busy star: Selena can next be seen on the big screen in The Dead Don't Die

The upcoming movie, The Dead Don’t Die, will feature Selena Gomez, a well-known and dedicated celebrity who never shies away from hard work.

Broadway play: The entertainer was catching Mean Girls that opened on Broadway in April 2018 at the August Wilson Theatre

Hit movie: Mean Girls on Broadway is based on the 2004 film of the same name

I recently had the pleasure of watching Mean Girls on Broadway at the August Wilson Theatre and I must say, it was a great show. The musical was composed by Jeff Richmond with lyrics by Nell Benjamin and it first debuted at the National Theatre in Washington, DC back in October 2017. For those who are fans of Selena Gomez, she will be starring in an upcoming zombie movie called The Dead Don’t Die which is directed by Jim Jarmusch. This film features an impressive cast including Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Chloë Sevigny, Steve Buscemi, Austin Butler, RZA, Tilda Swinton, Tom Waits, Danny Glover, Caleb Landry Jones, Rosie Perez, and Carol Kane. I am eagerly looking forward to seeing how this unique zombie comedy will unfold!

Zombie comedy: The Dead Don't Die by director Jim Jarmusch, 66, features Selena in the ensemble cast

The zombie genre has a new contender in the movie scene with Jim Jarmusch’s latest film, The Dead Don’t Die. The ensemble cast includes Selena, adding to the excitement of the movie.

Coming soon: The Texas native can be seen in The Dead Don't Die in theaters on Friday

Coming soon: Get ready to see the talented Texan actor in The Dead Don’t Die, set to release in theaters this Friday.

Multiple talents: The child actor has become an actress and singer

Child actor: The star started out as a child actor on the children's television series Barney & Friends

Selena Gomez is a well-known artist who has built a reputation for herself as a versatile actress and singer. Recently, she graced the screens in the movie, The Dead Don’t Die, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last month, and is set to be released on Friday. Selena began her career as a child actor on Barney & Friends and later became a household name after featuring in the Disney Channel series, Wizards of Waverly Place, from 2007 to 2012. She has also made appearances in several movies such as Another Cinderella Story, Ramona and Beezus, Spring Breakers, Getaway, and The Fundamentals of Caring.

Movie star: Selena's other film credits include Another Cinderella Story, Ramona And Beezus, Spring Breakers, Getaway and The Fundamentals Of Caring

Selena, the renowned performer, has made appearances in numerous films such as Another Cinderella Story, Ramona and Beezus, Spring Breakers, Getaway, and The Fundamentals of Caring.

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