Is Selena Gomez' new song about Justin Bieber?
- Author: Michelle Webb Feb 08, 2017,
Feb 08, 2017, 0:43
Selena Gomez wants you all to know that just because she's super famous and blessed with quite the good genes, she still finds herself being the third wheel on occasion. Gomez recently teased the release of a new song, and fans have been speculating that it is about her romance with Bieber.
"I had a dream we were back just 17, summer nights, my libertines, never growing up", Selena sings on the track.
Selena documented her Super Bowl Sunday, which included friends, food, Lady Gaga and a super comfortable looking couch. Perhaps she's referring to those first happy moments before the whole six-year-on-off-dramatic-AF relationship saga really kicked in?
The 24-year-old singer took a break last year from music, after she revealed she is battling lupus.
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Fans are certainly hoping that Gomez will drop a new album soon.
Although there's no official confirmation, it definitely looks like the guy in the photo alongside Gomez's mother Mandy Teefey is Gomez's biological father Ricardo Joel Gomez, not her stepfather Brian Teefey, who helped raised Gomez since she was a young girl.
Selena has also previously spoken out about the fact that she's "done" with discussing her personal life, and that relationship with The Biebs. They've followed each other on Instagram, kissed outside the paparazzi-ridden Giorgio Baldi restaurant in Santa Monica, and jetted off to Italy last week. In late 2015, Selena Gomez sparked rumors of a reunion with her former boyfriend after they were seen strolling down a street in Los Angeles. "He made her laugh and she was completely focused on him", the source said. "She was stalking Justin on social media".