Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have been teasing that they could get back together in the future, and some fans are totally excited about the possibility. After JB ran into Jennifer Aniston on the ‘Ellen’ set, she’s a fan of the idea too! Get the EXCLUSIVE details here!
When Jennifer Aniston, 46, and Justin Bieber, 21, met backstage at The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Nov. 11, he apparently made quite the impression on her. The Biebs has been constantly talking about his relationship with her pal Selena Gomez, 23, in recent interviews, hinting that they could be rekindling their romance eventually. Even if Jen and Justin didn’t talk about Sel when they met, a source tells us that if Jelena is happening again, Jen completely approves!
“Jennifer thinks Justin is an absolute sweetheart. A doll,” an insider revealed to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “If Selena were to reunite with him in a serious relationship, she would most definitely give her and them as a couple her blessing.”
Aww, we love that Jen adores Justin! Considering how close she is with Selena, it’s super important for Jen to like JB. Selena even admitted in an interview that Jen gives her “maternal advice,” so her positive opinion on Justin can only mean good things if Sel goes to her for relationship guidance! Plus, Jen approved of Selena dating Zedd, so it’s a pretty big deal that she’s also a fan of Jelena happening again!
Although Justin and Selena haven’t been spotted together for quite some time, Justin hasn’t been afraid to admit he still loves Selena. He even told Ellen DeGeneres that he could see them getting back together soon! And when Selena was asked about the possibility, all she could say was “I don’t know!” It certainly sounds like both of them are interested in the idea — and now that they have Jen’s blessing, maybe they’ll be inspired to make it happen sooner than later!
Jen’s rep denies these claims.
What do you think about Jen giving Jelena her blessing, HollywoodLifers? Do you agree with Jen? Share your thoughts below!
— Taylor Weatherby, Reporting by Sandra Clark