Selena Gómez says men must “rise up” against the Supreme Court ruling on abortion

Selena Gomez has addressed the decision of US Supreme Court Roe v. Wade abrogated, urging men to speak out against the ruling.

Speaking to Variety, Gomez said: “It’s about men, getting men, standing up and talking about this issue too. It’s also about how many women are suffering. I’m not happy and I hope that we can do everything. “We have the power to change this.

The 28-year-old actress also drew attention to a recent Twitter thread that included information about the active challenge of sentencing.

The thread He began: “It’s a terrible thing to see a constitutional right removed. A woman should have the right to CHOOSE what she wants to do with her own body. The end of the story.

“Support Planned Parenting Action – I fear what will happen to those who do not have the resources to access a safe and legal abortion.”

Gomez was featured on the red carpet alongside his Only Murders co-stars Steve Martin and Martin Short. The comedy drama series follows three true crime fans – Charles, Oliver and Mabel – who bring murder investigations into their own hands.

Season two comes after the trio were trapped by the death of Arconia Bunny Folger chairman, and now the team is trying to clear its name through its true crime podcast.

In the new season, Cara Delevingne will be a member of the team as Alice, a new character described as an interest in Mabel’s love that brings her “a little neglected touch from the beginning of the series.” [vía Vanity Fair].

The second season of “Only Murders in the Building” will be shown on Hulu in the United States on June 28th. The series will air in the UK on Disney +.

Last month, Gomez hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time, appearing alongside Steve Martin in a comedy sketch and giving an insight into his friend and co – pop star Miley Cyrus.

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