NBD, It's Just Selena Gomez Dropping A Brand-New Song

Certain men in her life might be making a huge fuss about the past, but Selena Gomez is looking forward. She has had a rough go, but she is taking care of her mental health first and foremost.

This morning, Gomez herself released her latest song with Kygo, "It Ain't Me". According to Elle, he first told everyone who would listen that Gomez was using The Weeknd for publicity. Bieber followed that up with the singles "What Do You Mean?" and "Sorry" in his next album, "Purpose", which fans thought was largely about Gomez and which reinvented him as a pop star.

As the outlet's report explained, Justin Bieber's post came just days after he infamously skipped the 2017 Grammy Awards, despite having received numerous nominations.

However, the 24-year-old did her bit to support her beau by picking up the tab - which TMZ.com report was almost £24,076.

Pop princess Selena Gomez has returned with new solo material.

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A video from June 2016 shows Justin and his entourage getting into an argument with Rodney Cannon outside his hotel in downtown Cleveland, Ohio after the National Basketball Association finals - and according to Rodney, 22-year-old Justin punched him three times.

It's time for Bieber to show us what that stomach tat is all about. A lot of responsibilities.

"All I can say from the bottom of my heart is I'm so grateful to have the opportunity to be able to share what I love every single day with people that I love". They're the writers behind DJ Snake and Bieber's "Let Me Love You". As of now, they are just having fun and enjoying each other. What if Hailey ends up being the girl I'm gonna marry, right? This week, her boyfriend also dropped a track in which he disses Justin. It's really hard to fix wounds like that.

"I just took that chick and I know you are feeling some way".

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