Selena Gomez Pokes Fun at Her Dating Age Range: '31 to Coffin'
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In a now since-deleted TikTok video, the former Disney darling is seen lip-syncing to an audio of Anisha Ramakrishna from Bravo's 'Family Karma' which is about falling for older men.

AceShowbiz - Selena Gomez loves to joke about her dating life on TikTok and people are not complaining. On Friday, May 6, the "Hands to Myself" singer made use of her page to give some insight into her qualifications for a romantic partner.

In the now since-deleted TikTok video, Selena was seen lip-syncing to an audio of Anisha Ramakrishna from Bravo's "Family Karma" which is about falling for older men.

In the clip, an off-camera voice on the audio asked, "What is your dating range lately?" The 29-year-old lip-synced in response, "31 to coffin."

This wasn't the first time for Selena to poke fun at her love life on the platform. Just a few days ago, the former Disney darling shared a video featuring a super relatable take on being single.

The video saw Selena facing the camera while sitting on the couch. She went on assuring viewers she is totally cool with the single life. "No, I'm fine," the singer began. "I'm totally fine being single. It's a real thing. It's fine."

She later panned the camera to two couples cuddling across from her before she turned the camera back to her. Judging from her look, it didn't seem like she was fine being single.

Fans were amused with the relatable post. "We're all Selena rn," one user commented. Another added, "The most comforting thing in the world is knowing Selena Gomez and I are both third wheeling it."

As for Selena's on-screen love life, the singer/actress, who previously dated The Weeknd and Justin Bieber, will have a spark of romance in season two of "Only Murders in the Building. Series showrunner and co-creator John Hoffman that Mabel will be meeting a new character, who is played by Selena's real-life friend, Cara Delevingne.

"Mabel meets a love interest in Cara Delevingne's Alice, an art-gallery owner of her own generation who puts Mabel in touch with a side of herself she's been somewhat neglecting since the show began," John told Vanity Fair.

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