Selena Gomez broke unofficial best friend law when she was spotted hanging out with her bad boy ex Justin Bieber on Jan 2. ‘Jelena’ fans are thrilled, but a source close to Selena’s best friend Taylor Swift told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that Taylor will be miffed at the reunion.
Selena Gomez, 21, and Justin Bieber, 19, gave the world a shock when they reunited for a Segway date in Calabasas, Calif. on Jan 2. The duo looked quite smitten, but an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that Selena’s BFF Taylor Swift, 24, does not support the reunion.
Taylor Swift ‘Will Be Very Mad’ At Jelena Reunion
Oh no! We love Taylena as best friends, but a source close to Taylor says that Selena’s reunion with Justin will cause friction between the two besties.
“Once Taylor finds out that Selena is hanging out with Justin she will be very mad,” the source says. “This is exactly what Selena has told Taylor all along that she would not do, and now that she has, [it] will show Taylor that she can’t trust Selena.”
Sounds like there may be trouble in paradise if Jelena continue to hang out. But we sure hope not — Selena still having feelings for Justin doesn’t mean she can’t love Taylor with all her heart!
How Justin Convinced Selena To Hang Out
Even though Taylor doesn’t approve of the reunion, it sounds like Justin put up a real fight.
“He’s been trying to get her back for ages and he’s still trying,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “She’s not back with him but they’re back on way better terms so the door is open for that for sure.”
Also, Taylor can’t be mad at the fact that Justin is helping Selena with her lupus.
“They’ve been talking every day, he really understands what she’s going through with her lupus,” the source continues. “He’s been so supportive because he knew how much she wanted to keep that private.”
HollywoodLife.com has reached out to Taylor’s representation for comment.
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Should Selena give Justin another chance, or listen to her best friend Taylor?
— Shannon Miller; Reporting By Russ Weakland