Selena Gomez We’re talking for the first time about a snapshot of her and Hailey Bieber that went viral last month.
In the photo, Gomez and Hailey were seen hanging out at an event at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, and when asked about it in a recent interview, Gomez said, “Yeah, it’s no big deal.
“It doesn’t matter,” she told Vulture.
Ever since Hailey married Gomez’s ex-boyfriend, Justin Bieber, fans have been pitting Gomez and Hailey against each other. After first meeting as teenagers, Gomez and Justin dated on and off from 2010 to 2018 and quickly became one of the hottest couples in the music industry, adored by both fans. When they split permanently in 2018, Justin and Hailey announced in September of that year that they were getting married a few months later.
When photographer Tyrell Hampton posted a picture of Gomez and Hailey hugging at an event on Instagram, The comment section was filled with people who were shocked by the friendship, who didn’t believe reconciliation was real, and who thought it was time to leave it alone and move on.
“Maybe everyone can stop talking about these people and let them live in peace,” wrote one commenter. It’s all good, so let’s do it.”
Another wrote, “How easy it is to fool people with this Photoshop! And the poor people believe it,” while another simply called the photo “interesting.”
In this infamous photo, Hailey was interviewed on the podcast “Call Her Daddy” to talk about her relationship with Justin and how she deals with her hatred of people who allegedly stole Justin from Selena. Posted a few weeks later.
“Fans want him to end up with someone else, and that’s fine.” Haley said“You can wish it, but it’s not.”
Regarding her relationship with Gomez, she explained that there was nothing but love between the two, and that “they owe nothing but respect”. The two said they had no expectations of each other.
Gomez is set to release her new Apple TV+ documentary, Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me. This details the last six years of Gomez’s life and all the hardships she endured during that time, including her physical and mental health. The struggle, the battle with lupus and all that entailed, the pandemic, and her eventual diagnosis with bipolar disorder.
This documentary not only reminds the audience of what Gomez went through, but it also gives the audience an insight into what she was thinking and how she was feeling when everything was happening.
“Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me” Apple TV+ November 4th.
https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/selena-gomez-speaks-viral-photo-hailey-bieber-not-big-deal Selena Gomez on viral photo with Hailey Bieber: ‘No big deal’