Is Selena looking to move as far away from Justin Bieber as possible? She appeared on the Oct. 17 episode of ‘The Talk’ to promote her film ‘Rudderless,’ and revealed how Taylor wants her to move to the Big Apple. Watch the video here!
Selena Gomez, 22, and Taylor Swift, 24, have a tight bond, but is their friendship stronger than the “Come & Get It” singer’s attachment to her on-again/off-again boyfriend, Justin Bieber, 20? Selena’s BFF is trying to persuade her to leave Los Angeles behind and move to New York City, which would put over 3,000 miles between her and Justin.
Selena Gomez Moving To New York City: Taylor Swift Wants Her BFF In The Big Apple
Selena admitted to the co-hosts on the Oct. 17 episode of The Talk that Taylor is certainly trying to get her to move to New York. “She thinks that I fit in, personality-wise, more there, and I could understand that, but I love my home and I’m gonna stick to that for a bit.”
Perhaps Selena isn’t ready to leave the comfort of her home — and Justin — behind.
While Taylor wasn’t able to convince Selena to move cross country, she did give her some pretty sound advice, regarding other aspects of her life.
Selena Gomez: Taylor Swift ‘Supports Me, Never Judges Me For Anything’
When Sharon Osbourne asked Selena whether Taylor ever gives her good advice, she said, “She was actually at my house the other day and we were sitting by the fire.”
Selena added, “I was talking about relationships in business and in my life and she just kinda looked at me — and she supports me, never judges me for anything — and she’s like, ‘Selena, if you’re the smartest person in the room, I think you’re gonna be in the wrong room.’ Because she thinks I should constantly surround myself — and I agree with her — with people that are going to make me better, that are going to challenge me, and it just stuck with me.”
We think that’s some pretty good advice. Hopefully, Selena doesn’t every do anything to jeopardize her relationship with T-Swizzle.
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— Chris Rogers