Selena Gomez Gives Steve Martin and Martin Short a SLANG Lesson on TikTok

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On TikTok, Selena Gomez shared a little slang lesson with her ‘Only Murders in the Building’ co-stars Steve Martin and Martin Short, teaching the acting icons what it means to be an ‘OG.’ ET spoke with the actress back in August, where she revealed that she also taught Martin and Short the meaning behind Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s single ‘WAP.’ Gomez also talks about their new series and what it was like returning to TV after almost a decade.

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