Selena Gomez is officially back together with Justin Bieber — and on the rocks with BFF Taylor Swift. With SO many ups and downs happening in her personal life, the singer is back in the recording studio and working on new songs as “therapy,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Now that Selena Gomez, 21, is officially back together with Justin Bieber, 20, she’s back to being hounded by the paparazzi just about everywhere she goes. One place NO one can see Sel? In the recording studio! We know exactly why Selena is spending so much time making music — and how we’ll end up hearing the tunes!
Selena Gomez Writing Music: Singer Working On A Potential Hit Single
Selena’s ready to let fans hear her new music, but don’t expect a full album ASAP.
“She is working on singles and writing some songs and putting her voice on some tracks that will hopefully turn into hit singles,” a source reveals EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife.com. “But it is currently not something for an album. Her in the studio is a bit of therapy to get away from everything, it’s a place where she can unwind from it all. But an album isn’t something that is being worked on right now, just individual songs.”
Wow! If Sel is using the music studio as her “therapy,” it seems like she’ll get super personal in her new songs. We can’t wait to hear if she’s penning love songs to Justin. When Selena’s away from the studio, we know one thing she’s doing — throwing parties.
Selena Gomez: Cops Called To Her House After Wild Party
During a wild late-night party in Los Angeles on June 17, the cops were called to Selena’s house after getting a noise complaint. But don’t freak out just yet! “Yes, cops were called because of the noise. No big deal. They showed up, they left,” a source revealed to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. We hope Selena’s sticking to her healthier lifestyle and focusing more on music than hosting crazy parties!
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— Written by Megan Ross, Reporting by Russ Weakland