Why Selena Gomez’s Malibu Beach House on ‘Selena + Chef’ Looks So Familiar

On season 4 of Selena + Chef, host and star Selena Gomez is switching everything up. Besides, that suggests leaving her home, which has filled in as the plan of the HBO Max cooking series for the underlying three seasons, for the sea side.

“I expected to go to Malibu in light of the fact that I feel like it’s one of our #1 spots and we never get to contribute energy here,” Selena says in the presentation. “I’m just anxious to be in a superior spot.”


Notwithstanding, it just so happens, the beachside home she moves into with her grandparents and dearest friend, Raquelle, is a comparable clear house where Hannah Montana lived, ET has certified. Believe it or not, the singer is staying in the very spot that Miley Cyrus’ character, Miley Stewart, harped in on the Disney Channel series.

That, yet Selena had a monotonous influence on Hannah Montana as Miley’s rival, Mikayla, during the series’ four-season run.

The house is notable to the point that it moreover filled in as the course of action of Madeline Mackenzie’s (Reese Witherspoon) beachside manor on the HBO series Big Little Lies and was also featured on Dick Van Dyke’s Diagnosis Murder.

According to various outlets, the 5,653 square-foot house, which is moreover open to rent for get-aways, exceptional events and, shockingly, as a shooting region, is esteemed at $11-15 million and has seven rooms and bathrooms. It similarly sits on a 80-foot stretch of sea side, and has an alternate guest house. It even has a totally pre-arranged cook’s kitchen and a gas grill, which is obviously appropriate for Selena, who capitalizes on the general huge number of comforts.

In the presentation, she sorts out some way to grill while getting headings from Ludo Lefebvre, who returns momentarily representation after first appearance up in season 1, and it various episodes, she experts her very progressed kitchen as she makes feasts with Kristen Kish, Matty Matheson from The Bear on FX, Rachael Ray and others.