Selena Gomez Can't Handle the Spicy Wings on Fallon's 'Hot Ones' Segment

Brenda Watkins
June 12, 2019

Fallon, as the Saturday Night Live vet who constantly broke during sketches, was the first to crack under the pressure of the Wiltshire Chili Farm sauce called Trinidad Scorpion, while Gomez kept strong until she took a bite of a wing doused in Da' Bomb Beyond Insanity.

Selena's gorgeous print dress hugged her curves and featured different shades of blue in a jagged wave pattern. The two are cast members in Jim Jarmusch's new zombie film, The Dead Don't Die, and have become friends.

"I learned that I like her", Murray, 68, told the magazine.

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"Like, he would just lean in, and he'd be like, 'You look great tonight.' And then he'd look back serious, he'd be like, 'Where are you from?' And I would just, like, sit there and I'm trying to, you know, be poised", she added. She managed to top her Cannes white bra top gown at the NY premiere of the film on June 10, arriving to the sound of mouths dropping at how fantastic she looked. "In press conferences, he would, like, try to hit me with things". "I was trying to keep her at ease".

In fact, even at the New York City premiere of the film, he spoke about how he would've taken Gomez to meet his mother if she were alive. Speaking with People, Murray reveals that he was ultimately pleasantly surprised by Gomez, so much so that he would have liked to introduce her to her mother. As it happens, he originally found himself negatively predisposed toward the young actress, largely due to her ridiculously gargantuan flock of Instagram followers. He further added, "I enjoyed her very much".

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