It sounds like Justin Bieber is still SO in love with Selena Gomez that he is willing to do anything to prove his love for her — even if it means going toe-to-toe with the new man in her life, Zedd!
Justin Bieber, 20, is definitely not ready to let Selena Gomez, 22, go! Although “The Heart Wants What It Wants” singer and Justin are not together HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned that Justin still considers her to be “his girl” and would “get into a fight” with her new flame, Zedd to win her back. Here’s what we know!
Justin Bieber — Fighting Zedd Over Selena Gomez’s Love?
Selena may have moved on with Zedd, but that certainly doesn’t mean that Justin is ready to let their love go. HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned what measures Justin would take to get his longtime love back.
“Justin would have no problem at all getting into a fight with Zedd over Selena,” our insider revealed. “He’s in the best shape of his life and his emotions with regard to Selena are running as a high as a kite.”
Our source continued, “I would not recommend them being in the same room. Justin still considers Selena to be ‘his girl’.”
Wow — hopefully these two are able to keep their distance from one another!
Justin has been spotted out with plenty of girls since his split from Selena, including Hailey Baldwin, but as HollywoodLife.com previously reported, none of them come close to how strongly he feels about Selena.
“Justin feels stronger now than ever before that his heart belongs to Selena,” our insider exclusively revealed. “If anything he’s more obsessed with Selena now that they have split than he was when they were dating. He took her for granted. He realizes how great she was now and can’t stop thinking about her.
Our source added, “All the other girls in his life including Hailey are just distractions, but he could never love them. No other girl can match Selena in his heart.”
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Justin should fight Zedd for Selena’s love? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Caitlin Beck, Reporting by Sandra Clark