Still hoping for that Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber song? Well, it turns out that Selena Gomez is the key to it all happening. HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVE new details!
Taylor Swift, 25, is always ready to put her friends first, especially when it comes to Selena Gomez, 22. So, what does that meant for Justin Bieber, 21, and his potential collaboration with the pop superstar? A source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY how Taylor feels about the idea, and whether or not it could ever really happen.
Let’s be honest: If Taylor and Justin ever got into the studio and recorded a track together, it would be the biggest hit the music industry has ever seen. We’re talking #1 on iTunes, all platinum everything, record breaking greatness. So, it makes sense that Justin would love nothing more than to work with Taylor as he continues recording his next studio album. Is that even a realistic idea, or is Justin just dreaming big?
“First of all, Taylor would never go behind Selena’s back and work with Justin without first getting her blessing,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. But, the idea shouldn’t be ruled out completely just yet. “If Taylor ever collaborated with Justin, it would have to be under extraordinary conditions.”
The source revealed the cold hard truth about Taylor and Justin’s collaboration, and how it’s not exactly something she needs to do to get attention or a #1 hit. But, it’s no secret that Justin could really use a hit — it’s a been a while since he’s released anything new. “She’s a smart woman and makes smart decisions,” the source explained. “She doesn’t need his help for her career and it’s not like she wants to do him any favors, why should she? If it’s a song Taylor believes in, then yes she would consider working with Justin.”
So, there you have it. If that’s the case, maybe we should start begging Selena to let this happen? Hmm!
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — Do YOU think Selena would ever let Taylor and Justin record together? Comment below with your thoughts!
— Lauren Cox, with reporting by Sandra Clark