Selena Gomez just celebrated her 23rd birthday and surprise surprise, HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY learned Justin Bieber gave her a little something special — a short singing session via FaceTime! Who wouldn’t want to be serenaded by JB on their birthday?
What a sweet birthday gift! Even though they’re exes, Justin Bieber, 21, couldn’t leave Selena Gomez, 23, hanging on her birthday. The Biebs actually Facetimed with Selena and an insider EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife.com what went down during their intimate FaceTime conversation.
The birthday girl celebrated the big 2-3 in London with her good friends, but the distance didn’t stop Justin from wishing her a happy birthday. “Justin serenaded Happy Birthday to Selena from his studio on FaceTime,” an insider EXCLUSIVELY revealed to HollywoodLife.com. “He started the conversation by holding out one red rose and pretended to give it to Selena through the screen. He knows Selena loves roses.” Either someone is trying really hard to win back the love of his life or he’s just trying to make her birthday special.
The roses weren’t the only props in Justin’s birthday wish extravaganza for Selena! Justin made things extra special by using a guitar to accompany his special song for her. “He played the guitar and sang a cute, funny version of Happy Birthday,” the insider continued to tell us. “It made her really happy. It was sweet.” That’s so nice of him, Justin certainly knows how to make Selena happy, that’s for sure. He’s not the only one though!
Taylor Swift Sends Selena Birthday Love Through Twitter
Taylor Swift, 25, made Selena’s birthday extra special with this sweet message she posted on Twitter. “Happy 23rd Birthday, @selenagomez,” Taylor wrote with four different pictures of them together. “I can’t believe it’s been 7 years since we met!! I love you so much, always.” Beautiful. We’re sure Selena feels the same way, Taylor!
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Is this sweet gesture from Justin enough to make Selena want to get back with him?
— Michelle Phi, reporting by Sandra Clark