Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez’ romance is officially back “on,” but don’t count on a marriage proposal just yet. There’s only one way Justin would ask for Selena’s hand in marriage, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. And it’s NOT a romantic reason.
Selena Gomez, 21, is doing all that she can to keep her love Justin Bieber, 20, happy and on the right track. From taking Justin to Bible study with her to helping him become a better person, Sel’s pretty much the perfect girlfriend right now. But unless something drastic happens, don’t expect these two young lovebirds to get hitched someday soon.
Justin Bieber to Propose To Selena Gomez — The Truth About His Plans
Justin and Selena could get married, but only if Selena gets pregnant? That’s the case right now, a source tells us.
“Justin‘s engagement plans are hot air,” a source reveals to HollyoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “He tells Selena things she wants to hear, but he is having too much fun being with her and flirting with other girls. He would only marry her if he got her pregnant, which he is not hoping for or gearing toward anytime soon.”
Well — that’s interesting. Just when it seemed like Justin was being a devoted boyfriend, it looks like he’s back to his bad-boy self. While we think the duo are too young and unstable to have a baby right this second, we DO think it’d be nice if Justin would commit to Selena in some way. This marriage-only-if-pregnant news comes hot of the heels of Justin flirting with other girls this week.
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Oh, Justin! Why must you flirt with other girls when you have a gorgeous, sweet one named Selena waiting for you at home? Just a few days ago, Justin shared a pic on his Shots page of him hanging with his ex Chantel Jeffries and her friend Catherine Johnston-Paiz. They were in the recording studio. Both girls were also spotted leaving Justin’s apartment on June 26.
What do YOU think about Justin’s plan to only propose to Sel if she’s pregnant, HollywoodLifers? Let us know!
— Written by Megan Ross, Reporting by Russ Weakland