You might think that Justin is ready to tell the world that Selena is his main squeeze but HollywoodLife.com has learned that the pop star isn’t exactly ready to settle down just yet.
Justin Bieber, 20, and Selena Gomez, 22, have been jetting all over the world, posting tons of romantic photos, so wouldn’t it make sense for them to take the music plunge? HollywoodLife.com can tell you that they have been working in the studio together but there’s a big reason why we haven’t heard a Jelena duet on the airwaves yet.
Justin Bieber: Why He Can’t Stay Committed To Selena Gomez
We know they have tossed around the idea of doing a song together but it turns out that Justin has been making empty promises to Selena.
“One of the main things that has been happening is that Justin was making it look like he wanted to do something with her to impress her, but like he does with everything else, he is just leading her on,” our source says. “I wouldn’t count on them doing a song together anytime soon. There is to much drama surrounded with it to make it actually happen.”
Remember when they hit up a dance studio in Texas, on Mar. 7, fans were waiting with baited breath for an actual music video or song to come out but Justin is the one stalling.
“Justin also considers it to be a big step in their relationship if he releases a song with her,” our source adds. “So he is not really ready to show that commitment.”
Selena Upset Over Kendall Jenner Date
Our source tells us that Selena is furious that Justin met up with Kendall Jenner in Paris for dinner.
“Justin explained to Selena that he ‘had’ to have a business meeting with Kendall and that the only time they could both meet was at dinner,” our insider revealed. “He actually told her about the dinner meeting before they arrived in Paris and Selena was infuriated.”
We can understand why, especially since Selena has distanced herself from the Jenner sisters ever since she discovered they had been sending flirty texts to him.
HollywoodLifers, should they release a song together?
— Chloe Melas, reporting by Russ Weakland