Selena Gomez recounts the time she played Cardi B’s ‘WAP’ for Steve Martin and Martin Short: ‘They must have some thoughts on it.’

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

Get ready with a bucket and a mop, because Selena Gomez, Steve Martin, and Martin Short are listening to “WAP.”

Gomez introduced her Only Murders in the Building co-stars to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s provocative 2020 hit when it came out, as she and Short recalled on the June 26 episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, guest-hosted by the comedic actor.

“She helps us,” said Short, 74, referring to himself and Martin, 78. “Many times, before a serious scene, she says, ‘Oh, you haven’t heard the lyrics of “Wet Ass P—-” yet?'”

Bursting into laughter, Gomez, 31, explained, “The song had just come out, and I thought, ‘Surely they have an opinion on this. I wonder what it is.'”

“Steve was asking, ‘Is that from My Fair Lady?’” joked Short about “WAP,” which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, partly due to its provocative music video featuring appearances by Kylie Jenner, Normani, Rosalía, Latto, Sukihana, and Rubi Rose.

Later in the Jimmy Kimmel Live interview, Gomez discussed navigating life as a public figure with over 426 million Instagram followers.

“I think it’s been great,” she said about her level of fame. “I do what I can with what I have, and I’m so grateful. My grandparents are here, and I just want to make my family proud. I’m just happy.”

The Disney Channel alum recently shared her thoughts on touring as a musician. “Nothing makes me happier than 90 minutes of being with my fans and just celebrating together,” Gomez told TIME, explaining why she feels “50/50” about the idea.

“It is very emotionally draining for me. And then you realize you’re just surrounded by a bunch of people that you’re paying,” she added.

The “Single Soon” singer last went on tour for her Revival album in 2016. However, the tour ended early as she revealed she was dealing with anxiety and depression, which were side effects of lupus.

Gomez also shared her thoughts with TIME about being open about her relationship with boyfriend Benny Blanco. “I know what people can do to people I love,” she said.

“My own fans, who I adore and feel have shaped who I am, will say the most hurtful things to me about how I live my life. But he has the strength in him that none of that noise fazes him,” she continued.