The star likes to keep it real on social media
Selena Gomez is candid about a lot of things, including the not-so-glam side of dressing up.
On Monday, the “Calm Down” singer, 31, posted a behind-the-scenes photo of herself hiding behind a curtain with just her head peeking out as a result of a relatable wardrobe mishap.
"I spilled coke on my pants," she captioned the Instagram Story. She didn't provide any explanation as to where or when the incident happened.
It’s not the first time the Rare Beauty founder has faced a wardrobe malfunction.
Back in September, she revealed she had a red carpet outfit mishap while wearing a Celine halter-neck gown at the 2022 Primetime Emmy Awards. Thankfully it went unnoticed — that is until she confessed what was happening a couple of months later.
"A lot of people saw something they didn't want to see," Gomez shared while on The Kelly Clarkson Show in November, adding that the designer number was riding up the “entire time.”
Host Kelly Clarkson assured Gomez that she looked great regardless and was “so radiant” on stage.
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Fashion slip-up aside, the Only Murders in the Building star has already had a whirlwind week, between jetting from Paris Fashion Week (where she pulled off multiple glam looks) to Pasadena, California to perform on-stage with Chris Martin during a Coldplay concert and announcing her new Food Network special Selena + Chef: Home for the Holidays.
On Tuesday, she uploaded a series of photos of her new office space, which is pretty much a plush pink dream. "After 3 years. We were able to make our home cozy! @rarebeauty," she captioned the post.
Last December, Gomez opened up to PEOPLE exclusively about creating her makeup empire, now a fixture in the beauty world, and how she wanted to shatter expectations.
"What I'm most proud of is the conversation that we've created in the beauty space," she shared at a press event celebrating the brand's newest launches. "I feel like we were challenging the norms and I really wanted to create a brand that was for everyone."
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