Selena Gomez’s racy dress: Selena Gomez Sandler Dress

Published: June 17, 2015

Selena Gomez’s racy dress: Selena Gomez Sandler Dress, Selena Gomez stepped out to the Hotel Transylvania 2 photocall, held at the Ritz-Carlton in Cancun on Sunday, June 14, where she turned the heat way up in a modern-day take on Jessica Rabbit’s sizzling ensemble.

Flaunting those curves, Gomez, 22, wore a ruby red Katie Ermilio crop top and a matching bow-topped skirt, the latter of which boasted a slit that reached all the way up to the top of her leg! She accessorized the duo with gold baubles and shimmering sandals. She also added a sultry smoky eye, and pulled her long, chocolate tresses back into a half-up hairstyle.

But not everyone at the photocall was quite so formal! Gomez’s costars Adam Sandler and Kevin James clearly received a separate style memo, as the Billy Madison star wore a long, white tee with sweats, while James modeled a black T-shirt and slate shorts. And yes, both gents wore sneakers.

Nevertheless, Gomez didn’t seem to mind being the only one gussied up for the occasion, as she was snapped grinning with a model dressed as her cartoon vampire character, Mavis, and with a slew of little girls excited to meet the former Disney Channel actress. The “The Heart Wants What It Wants” singer shared a photo with her “littles” via Instagram and captioned the shot, “Hotel Transylvania 2 press with the crew babies!!! Can’t wait for you to see this movie. So sweet!”

But the release of HT2 isn’t Gomez’s only reason to celebrate. One June 15, Pantene announced that the multi-hyphenate is the haircare brand’s latest celeb spokesmodel, and even released photos from her first shoot. Simultaneously sharing the news via her Instagram page, Gomez wrote, “I am so happy to announce my new partnership with Pantene!” adding the hashtag, “#strongisbeautiful.”

Selena Gomez Sandler Dress

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