On Tuesday, she wears pink.
Selena Gomez sported a bright Barbiecore look at Universal Music Group and Thrive Global’s Music and Health conference on Tuesday, wearing a hot pink corset with a matching pantsuit as she spoke about her mental health at the event .
The “Only Murders in the Building” star, 31, wore the colorful outfit as she participated in a candid on-stage discussion with Ariana Huffington and Universal Music Group chairman Sir Lucian Grainge.
She accessorized with sparkling Tiffany & Co link earrings ($17,000) and a $139,000 diamond vine necklace from the brand, adding equally sparkling Betsey Johnson heels ($109) with accents rhinestone florals.
Gomez wore her hair in a sleek ponytail for the conference, sporting matching pink makeup including pink lipstick and pastel eyeshadow, presumably from her brand Rare Beauty.
Her bold look is the second jewel-toned corseted cut she’s worn in recent days, having worn a purple corset dress to a VMAs afterparty last week after looking stunning in a beaded red dress on the red carpet of the event.
In fact, the “Single Soon” singer has worn a slew of waist-cinching corsets in recent weeks, making the strapless style her new go-to look.
As for the music and health event, she spoke about her 2022 documentary “Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me,” which follows the “Love You Like a Love Song” singer over a six-year period, providing insight behind the scenes. about his life and career, including his struggles with lupus and bipolar disorder.
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According to the Hollywood Reporter, Gomez told the audience that she “was very opposed” to the idea of filming such a program at first, but she ultimately felt “relieved” when the documentary was released, even though she ” will never watch it again.”
“For a really long time, I just didn’t know if it was a good idea,” she said. “I didn’t know if it would jeopardize things in my life.”
“And then by the time it was released… I had no choice at that point,” she said, adding: “I felt like a huge weight had been lifted .”
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