If you're looking for a Friday pick-me-up before clocking off for the weekend, then feast your eyes on this rather hilarious interview with the three actors.
'Only Murders in the Building' stars Selena Gomez, Steve Martin and Martin Short appeared on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' last night to remind us all of just how funny the three stars together can be.
In case you've been yearning for the return of the hit crime/comedy series (the most popular comedy release on Hulu ever), this interview should tide you over for a few days - because it's downright full of zingers and awkward moments.
The first gag of the interview was the reveal of Steve Martin not being able to appear live in studio. It turns out that the famed comedy actor, known for 'Father of the Bride' and 'Planes, Trains and Automobiles', caught that ever-present virus and was unable to attend. However, that didn't stop him from appearing, and his good pal Martin Short carried a suitcase into studio which opened up to reveal the actor on a tablet.
Next, Selena Gomez dished out some hot gossip, fresh from her invite to the Britney Spears and Sam Asghari wedding (it was finger food, people), followed by Short delivering one hell of a wisecrack aimed at Madonna.
They then discussed details about the new season of their super successful Hulu/Disney+ show, followed by Martin doing some physical comedy while his face was projected behind them in studio.
Here's the full interview with Selena Gomez, Steve Martin and Martin Short, which is a pure tonic.
The three stars are back on our screens once again later this month with season two of 'Only Murders in the Building' on Disney+. This time around the cast has expanded to include Cara Delavigne, Amy Schumer and Shirley MacLaine as a new mystery unravels following the unexpected death of Bunny Folger (Jayne Houdyshell) at the end of season one.
The first two episodes will be available from the initial release, followed by a new episode every week, making for 10 episodes in total.
'Only Murders in the Building' season two begins on Disney+ on June 28.