Only Murders in the Building star Selena Gomez returned to the scene of the crime on September 7, visiting Stephen Colbert's NYC-set talk show to discuss her new Hulu series.
While the actress donned a classic LBD as she made her way to the studio — where she reunited with costars Martin Short and Steve Martin — she underwent a wardrobe change before taking the stage.
Check out her two looks below!
Gomez waved to her fans while being surrounded by bodyguards.
With a black dress, ankle-strap heels and a cute cardigan, her outfit is the perfect ensemble to wear as the weather in the Big Apple begins to cool off.
The Rare Beauty founder made her pout pop with a swipe of bright rep lipstick.
"Society constantly tells us that we’re not enough, [so] I wanted to start a brand to challenge and eliminate that pressure – to change the conversation," she told Stellar magazine of creating her cosmetics line. "My goal with Rare Beauty is to break down these unrealistic standards of beauty."
So sweet! Before heading inside, the former Disney Channel star happily snapped photos with fans.
The singer-actress recently revealed to ELLE that she's made it her mission to give back.
"My lupus, my kidney transplant, chemotherapy, having a mental illness, going through very public heartbreaks — these were all things that honestly should have taken me down," she noted. Instead, she told herself, "You’re going to help people."
"That’s really what kept me going," she revealed. "There could have been a time when I wasn’t strong enough, and would have done something to hurt myself."
For her appearance on Colbert's show, the mental health advocate stuck to another all-black look, but this time, she added some edge with a high-waisted leather skirt and a sweetheart-neckline top.
The gang's all here!
While the "Wolves" crooner is much younger than her costars, they all instantly bonded when they met, and they keep in touch with a group email chain.
"They immediately made me feel like I was a part of a trio. They're just the best," Gomez declared to PEOPLE. "They are extremely humble and kind, and they just have a different human perspective on life than anyone I've ever met."
New episodes of Only Murders in the Building drop on Tuesdays on Hulu.