Dating Justin again may be the last thing on Selena’s mind — especially considering his latest antics — but a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that he’s still affecting her love life. Find out why.
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber’s love for each other was so deep and so passionate that even months after breaking up — a move that Selena stands behind — the relationship is making the “Come & Get It” singer think twice about dating again.
Selena Gomez Still Not Ready To Date
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To put it simply, Selena just isn’t ready to move on yet. “Selena is not over Justin,” a source close to the singer tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively. She’s not hoping to get back together with her ex — especially because he’s reassumed his bad boy persona — instead she just isn’t ready to open her heart up to someone new.
“She is not ready to date anyone right now,” the source says. “The thought of being with another guy does not appeal to her at all — she needs to get over Justin first.”
Mature beyond her years, Selena sees that jumping into a new relationship would just be self-destructive: “The last thing she wants is a rebound relationship. It would only make her miss Justin more and she would just compare any new guy to Justin.”
Selena Gomez Misses The Old Justin Bieber
Part of why Selena is still struggling to get over Justin is because she still thinks of him as the sweet, innocent teenager she loved.
“She misses Justin, the old Justin,” the same source told HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “He’s not the same person she fell in love with.”
All Selena needs to do is take five minutes to read about Justin’s trip to a Brazilian brothel, or his wild club night after-parties — that should make letting go of her ex a whole lot easier. Then she can start thinking about finding new love.
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— Andrew Gruttadaro