Lover accounts have placed photos of what’s evidently Justin Bieber arriving in Mexico, so we can all take a collective deep breath.
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are the reason behind much speculation nowadays, for obvious reasons. A couple weeks ago they had taken a very PG-rated trip to the Sugar Factor Candy store in Seattle for some sweet snacks and a shared non-alcoholic $34 Sea Blue mocktail. Things looked good until Gomez apparently walked out on Bieber because he was doing some disturbing dance films, which is kind of amazing if you put yourself in her shoes. On the other hand, rumor has it that he wasn’t invited to her family’s Holiday celebrations–we don’t know the full details why, but seems just a little awkward, no?
Anyway, there is nothing such as a post-Christmas break chance, and people are talking about Gomez’s latest trip…without Bieber. But before you read too much into that and think they broke up, that’s not the situation. Instead, Selena just decided to have a little period of time from the United Areas’ cool, dreary the winter season and hopped on a private jet to Cabo this week with a few of her close friends to spend their 6th New Year’s jointly. From there, accounts E!, she went straight to a “private villa that has 360-degree views of the ocean blue normal water and an infinity pool.” Yeah, um, we’d head straight there too.
Needless to say, what’s a vacation to Cabo without striking up the beach for a ‘gram?
Given this trip appears to be “girlfriends only,” one might surmise that this will be a Justin-less ringing-in of 2018, unless he shows up on his own airfare. Which, hey, that could happen: In the end, couples don’t necessarily always travel mutually, and a two-hour and 30-minute flight creates a lot of time for, shall we say, creative party moves in a very small, enclosed, exitless space.
But our guess is on Selena just enjoying some quality time with some of her BFFs, which rocks !. On the other hand, Bieber is enjoying some me time: Enthusiasts have discovered him participating in hockey in Canada.