Selena Gomez gets quarantine busy with TV cooking show

Carla Harmon
August 8, 2020

"I've continuously been very vocal about my adore of meals", Gomez said in a assertion, per Of us. "Of course, there's more important things going on but this was an opportunity to make something that could make people smile".

Selena will definitely be learning from the best of the best, including Jonny Shook and Vinny Dotolo of Los Angeles hotspot (and Chrissy Teigen favorite) Jon & Vinny's, as well as Kogi's Roy Choi, Iron Chef's Angelo Sosa, author Candice Kumai, meatball expert Daniel Holzman, Top Chef's Antonia Lofaso, and LudoBites writer Ludo Lefebvre.

Filmed during quarantine, the chefs virtually instruct her on how to make dishes ranging from Korean breakfast tacos and seafood tostada to cheese soufflé and spicy miso ramen.

There was no one off-camera perfectly prepping the ingredients and Gomez didn't glam up her clothing or makeup while chopping and stirring.

The show features Selena in her own kitchen, video chatting with chefs as they guide her through cooking. She wields sharp knives as she struggles with a slimy octopus and removes organs from a raw chicken. "I hope they are going to laugh because I look like a fool", said Gomez, whose 185 million Instagram following is one of the largest in the world.

"I just wanted to let you know that I love you guys and I miss you and there's so many exciting things coming up that I can't wait to share with all of you".

Cooking at home has skyrocketed during the global pandemic, with people using it to alleviate boredom and anxiety.

She explained: "It's not easy for anyone to be walking through what we're walking through".

"It was hard, but I tried to find what I needed to get me through it". Just try to keep my mind positive. "Be pleased many folk, whereas being dwelling, I fetch myself cooking extra and experimenting within the kitchen". Each installment will also highlight a different food-related charity.

"I didn't burn my house down, though".

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