Poor Selena. She feels like a total outsider when she sees Justin, Kendall and Hailey all hanging out together, that she’s come up with quite the sarcastic nickname for the trio, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned. Find out what it is!
Selena Gomez, 22, is devastated about Kendall Jenner, 19, and Justin Bieber’s, 21, hookups, but the whole situation is only made worse because she has to see the duo, and the Biebs’ other fling, Hailey Baldwin, hanging out together all the time — so she’s come up with a nickname to diss her ex and his lady friends!
Selena Gomez’s Nickname For Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner & Hailey Baldwin
“Selena feels like an outsider around Justin, Kendall and Hailey, which is what she was talking to Kris about at the Met Ball,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “She told Kris that she feels like ‘The Three Musketeers’ — which is what she calls Justin, Kendall and Hailey — talk about her behind her back.”
But Selena’s pal, Vanessa Hudgens, who kept her calm amid all the Met Ball drama, has a different idea about what to call her friend’s nemeses. “When ever Selena uses the term ‘Three Musketeers,’ Vanessa makes sure to correct her by blurting out, ‘You mean the Three Stooges!'” our source added.
It doesn’t seem like Selena will be ready to forgive Kendall anytime soon — even with Kris mediating — but when it comes to Justin, she never has such a clear-head about things. But this time, even though Justin called her “gorgeous” after the Met Gala, she’s not letting her guard down so quickly, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned,
“Selena is not getting her hopes. She’s trying not to read too much into it,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “By now she knows firsthand that with Justin, actions speak louder than words. She’s letting him do the work and will be the one in the end who decides if they will actually meet up in person. It’s just awkward and nerve-wracking for her. She kind of knows deep down inside that avoiding him is most likely the best choice.”
This back and forth is just getting to be too much — can’t this group just get along and become one powerful squad of young stars?!
— Susan Johnson