So many fans are antsy for Justin Bieber to put out his next album. Selena Gomez is also pretty anxious for the album to come out — but NOT for the reasons you might think. As we have EXCLUSIVELY learned, Selena is now worried that the Biebs will sing about her new relationship with Zedd!
Selena Gomez, 22, is freaking out about Justin Bieber‘s new music. HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY that Sel is terrified that the Biebs, 21, will drop beats about her bond with beau, DJ/producer, Zedd, 25! First the Roast, now this! She’s apparently embarrassed beyond words!
Selena Gomez: Worries Justin Bieber Will Write A Song about Her & Zedd
“She’s just praying that whatever Justin sings about isn’t a dig at her and especially at her relationship with Zedd, that would just be absolutely mortifying!”an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Selena Gomez & Justin Bieber: She’s ‘Freaked Out’ He Will Diss Her In New Music
“Selena is really worried that Justin is going to write about her in his new music. She’s freaking out that he’s going to diss her. They barely speak and she doubts he’s going to let her listen to his music before it’s released,” explained an insider EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife.com.
Although Justin revealed on Ryan Seacrest‘s radio show that his former flame was a muse for his new music, she seems to be filled with anxiety instead of closure!
“A lot of my inspiration comes from her. It was a long relationship and a relationship that created heartbreak and created happiness and a lot of different emotions that I wanted to write about, so there’s a lot of that on this album,” said Justin during his interview back on April 2.
Well, for Sel’s sake, we only hope that whatever emotions that “bleed” into his record won’t be at the expense of his ex-girlfriend’s new chapter with Zedd. Hopefully, he’ll write about his reported new squeeze, Kendall Jenner, 19.
HollywoodLifers: what do you think about all of this? Selena wrote about Justin so should he be able to write about her new romance? Let us know!
–Jordyn Shaffer, Reporting by Sandra Clark