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Selena Gomez shows some skin in an off the shoulder top and ripped jeans for a meet up with friends

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Selena Gomez dares to bare in off-the-shoulder sweater and ripped jeans as she meets up with friends in LA

She will make her debut as the executive producer of a feature film when The Broken Hearts Gallery is released on July 11. 

But Selena Gomez took some time off for work as she met up with friends in Los Angeles on Wednesday. 

The 27-year-old star looked casual and chic as she showed off her décolletage in an off-the-shoulder sweater and distressed denim. 

Outing: Selena Gomez took some time off for work as she met up with friends in Los Angeles on Wednesday

Outing: Selena Gomez took some time off for work as she met up with friends in Los Angeles on Wednesday 

She had something to smile about as she chatted with two female friends, though despite local and statewide regulations requiring face masks in public, the group chatted without them.

Selena seemed to not wear a stitch of makeup, with her pout in its natural pink and her face looking untouched. 

Her long brunette hair flowed down her back in easy and loose curls, as she opted to only carry a black bag on her shoulder. 

Since the coronavirus lockdown she has kept a low-profile in public and is rarely spotted, as she has also taken more time off of social media.  

Her look: The 27-year-old star looked casual and chic as she showed off her décolletage in an off-the-shoulder sweater and distressed denim

Her look: The 27-year-old star looked casual and chic as she showed off her décolletage in an off-the-shoulder sweater and distressed denim 

Her romantic comedy will be one of the first films to get a theatrical release as movie theaters open after the coronavirus lockdown.   

Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions’ Stage 6 Films acquired worldwide rights to Natalie Krinsky’s directorial debut from producer and financier No Trace Camping.

Solstice Studios thriller Unhinged, starring Russell Crowe, opens nationwide on July 1, but Broken Hearts Gallery is the first major studio release.

Movie theaters have been closed nationwide since mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Coming soon: The Broken Hearts Gallery, a new romantic comedy executive produced by Selena, will be one of the first major studio release in theaters this summer

Coming soon: The Broken Hearts Gallery, a new romantic comedy executive produced by Selena, will be one of the first major studio release in theaters this summer

There were 554 locations open in the U.S. last weekend, including 243 drive-in theaters. About 500 of the nation’s 5,400 theaters are located in California, which is allowing cinemas to reopen on June 12.

The Broken Hearts Gallery stars Blockers’ Geraldine Viswanathan, Dacre Montgomery, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Molly Gordon, Hamilton’s Phillipa Soo, Suki Waterhouse, Arturo Castro, Saturday Night Live’s Ego Nwodim, Taylor Hill and theater legend Bernadette Peters.

‘Hearing from more female writers and directors is very much needed. Natalie is a wonderful talent and I am happy to be a part of her debut film,’ Gomez said of the production. 

Safety first:'I hope everyone will listen to scientists' recommendations and consider others' health and safety while enjoying the movie theater experience,' Gomez said of the movie, which opens July 10; shown in January

Safety first: ‘I hope everyone will listen to scientists’ recommendations and consider others’ health and safety while enjoying the movie theater experience,’ Gomez said of the movie, which opens July 10; shown in January

‘I understand people’s concerns regarding returning to activities we all loved prior to COVID-19. I hope everyone will listen to scientists’ recommendations and consider others’ health and safety while enjoying the movie theater experience,’ she said.

Sony’s Motion Picture Group president Josh Greenstein added, ‘Now more than ever, The Broken Hearts Gallery will resonate with audiences ready for a feel-good moviegoing experience this summer. 

‘We have faith in a theatrical rebound, and we look forward to being there right out of the gate with our exhibition partners’ anticipated reemergence, as — and when — state-by-state safety guidelines are met.’

The rush to push Broken Hearts Gallery into theaters comes after Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, described the coronavirus pandemic as his ‘worst nightmare’ and warned that ‘it isn’t over yet,’ according to The New York Times.

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