Season 2 of Only Murders in the Building is starting to take form, with the addition of Cara Delevigne to the lead cast!
For weeks, viewers of Hulu’s most-watched original comedy series were on the edge of their seats, attempting to figure out who had murdered Tim Kono. And, while that mystery was successfully solved after the 10-episode run, as you know, season one’s cliffhanger conclusion opened up a whole new case for Selena Gomez, Steve Martin, and Martin Short’s crime-solving team.
So now we’ll have to wait and see how Cara Delevigne’s character fits into season two’s plot. Cara will play Alice, “a smart art world insider who becomes involved in the mystery,” according to Deadline. “Alice is a fancy lady with inside information of the art scene,” E! News continued. Oh, and she’ll play a key role in the mystery of the next season.”
Cara announced her new job by posting a screenshot of Deadline’s report with the remark, “SO EXCITED.” And it appears that the cast is off to a fast start, as Steve Martin tweeted a photo of Selena alongside the caption, “Only Murders in the Building’s first day of filming! We’re all relieved to be back together.”
While on set, Sel posted this TikTok and labelled it, “day one- back with these fathers.” That explains why Selena and Cara were recently photographed together at a Knicks game in New York, where they even stunned spectators by indulging in some PDA.
Selena gave Cara a beautiful peck on the cheek as the blushing model hurriedly turned her head as the kiss cam landed on the gal buddies. Selena and Cara had been friends for years, and at one time, they were even romantically connected after they vacationed together on the French Riviera with other pals in 2014.
In a 2015 interview with PrideSource, Selena even addressed the accusations, stating, “Honestly, I liked it.” I didn’t mind since, for once, they weren’t talking about other people in my life, which was fantastic.” And the adoration didn’t end there; Selena sung Cara’s praises, saying that she’s great and extremely open, which makes her open as well. She admits to having doubts about her sexuality at the time, saying, “I believe everyone does, no matter who they are.” Yes, of course, I do. Absolutely. I believe it is beneficial to develop a deeper understanding of who you are, to question yourself, and to challenge yourself; it is necessary to do so.”
(Image Source: Collider, DeadLine)