Selena Gomez models a white tracksuit as she grabs lunch with Disney alum Sofia Carson... after making her Saturday Night Live debut
The Monte Carlo actress, 29, donned an all white tracksuit complete with a zip-up jacket and sweats.
The ex of The Weeknd was joined at lunch by fellow Disney Channel alum Sofia Carson who wore a white shirt, black leggings and black and silver high heels.
Getting a bite to eat: Selena Gomez stepped out in a casual chic ensemble as she went to grab lunch in New York City on Sunday
The Wizards of Waverly Place star wore a black Louis Vuitton purse with the strap running across her body.
She walked in matching white shoes though she opted for dark black sunglasses.
Selena tied her hair back in a loose bun, and it was combed over to the left in the front.
And she kept her jewelry to a minimum for her casual day look.
Casual chic: The actress, 29, donned an all white tracksuit complete with a zip-up jacket and sweats
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Hanging with a friend: Gomez was joined at lunch by fellow Disney Channel alum Sofia Carson who wore a white shirt, black leggings and black and silver high heels
The Feel the Beat star, 29, also wore a pair of sunglasses and her hair, parted in the middle, was tied back as well.
Gomez's appearance out came just hours after she made her Saturday Night Live debut as this weekend's host.
She was joined by 76-year-old Steven Martin - who has frequently hosted the show in the past - in a bit where he played a gag inventor of the Whoopee Cushion and other famous practical joke devices. The pair star together on the Hulu original series Only Murders in the Building.
The star also poked fun of Martin and her other co-star Martin Short, 72, in her opening monologue, saying, 'I was so honored to work with Steve Martin and Martin Short, especially after I googled them to find out who they were.'
Debut: Gomez made her Saturday Night Live hosting debut with a little help from her Only Murders in the Building co-star Steve Martin
Gomez put her toned legs on display in a short little black dress, which she paired with black high heels.
The segment on Martin’s inventor character was part of the show American Inventors, where Gomez played the host, Taylor Gosh.
'The automobile, paper cup, dancing, computer. These were all invented. But who did that, and what is their story?' she stated, before introducing Martin. 'We begin with Archie Gizmo, the brilliant inventor of the Whoopee Cushion.'
SNL legend: Gomez was joined by Martin, 76, in a bit where he played a gag inventor of the Whoopee Cushion and other famous practical joke devices
Playing host: The segment on Martin’s inventor character was part of the show American Inventors, where Gomez played the host, Taylor Gosh
The camera then cut to Gizmo, who explained that in the early 60s he was a 'struggling gag inventor.'
'All I had was an early prototype of the cushion. I knew it would be funny to have your boss sit down, and a noise come from his butt, but I just couldn't figure out what noise. I couldn't crack it,' he explained.
It was then that Gizmo met his wife, Ms. Dina Beans, played by Aidy Bryant, 35.
Struggled: Gizmo explained that in the early 60s he was a 'struggling gag inventor' before he met his wife, Ms. Dina Beans, played by Aidy Bryant, 35
Muse: 'I saw her from afar. Her energy was magnetic. Her eyes were endless. And every time she sat down - Gas,' he stated, explaining she was the inspiration behind the device's fart noise
'I saw her from afar. Her energy was magnetic. Her eyes were endless. And every time she sat down - Gas,' he stated, adding, 'It was that night he realized, the funniest noise to come out of a butt was a fart.'
Gizmo then goes on to share that Dina inspired many more of his devices, including the hand buzzer, google-eyed slinky glasses, and electric gum, with her notorious bad luck.
'I fell in love with Dina, and she was behind every good idea I ever had. Because you see, she wasn't just a chronic gas-passer. She was also the viciously most unlucky woman I had ever met,' he stated.
The show then cut to a montage of all the unlucky things that happened to Dina, including being attacked by poisonous snakes hidden in a peanut jar, being struck by lightning repeatedly, and having her eyeballs pop out of their sockets.
'How this woman did not die between two lightning strikes and a snake attack is between her and God. But Archie's hit pranks just kept coming,' Selena explained.
'Archie became the most famous gag inventor in the world. And it was all thanks to Dina Beans,' she added.
And though Gizmo became rich, he sweetly stated that 'Dina was the prize, and the greatest gag she ever goofed was marrying a guy like me.'