Selena Gomez Finally Speaks Out On Her Reunion With Justin Bieber

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From the editors of InStyle US

Words by Isabel Jones

There’s no doubt about it — 2017 has been a massive year for the reigning queen of pop, Selena Gomez. In addition to dropping three acclaimed singles (and a chart-topping collaboration with Kygo, It Ain’t Me), the 25-year-old is riding high in all aspects of her life — from her successful recent kidney transplant to her renewed relationship with on-again, off-again boyfriend Justin Bieber.

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Billboard recently dubbed the former Disney Channel star their ‘Woman of the Year,’ a title she wears well, going on to interview her about everything from reuniting with Bieber to splitting from The Weeknd.

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Selena gravitates toward the underdog (sometimes literally)

When asked how she chose her puppy, Charlie, Gomez explained that she had a little help from her superstar ex, The Weeknd. ‘We were walking down the street [in New York], and he saw a cute little puppy in the window and walked in,’ she said, ‘Charlie was in the corner. He had his head down and he just seemed really sad, and I loved him. I find I do that in every situation in life. I find that person—or dog—and I’m like, “Yessss. That’s who I want.”’

Selena says she and The Weeknd ended things ‘as best friends’

‘Something that I’m really proud of is that there’s such a true friendship [between Selena Gomez and The Weeknd],’ Selena explained. ‘I truly have never experienced anything like that in my life. We ended it as best friends, and it was genuinely about encouraging and caring [for each other], and that was pretty remarkable for me.’

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Selena says things are different with Justin Bieber this time around

‘I’m 25. I’m not 18, or 19, or 20. I cherish people who have really impacted my life. So maybe before, it could have been forcing something that wasn’t right. But that doesn’t mean caring for someone ever goes away.’