Bieber’s Dilemma

Justin Bieber is reportedly not over his ex, Selena Gomez. A source revealed to Cosmo that she “was his first great love and while he was young and traveling around the world as a superstar, he learned a great deal from her.” Since the news of Gomez’s hospitalization, Bieber has been spotted at church looking distraught and crying outside of his pastor’s house. The source added that they believe the 24-year-old “may or may not have made a mistake with his recent marriage” to Hailey Baldwin. This news comes just a few days after another source told Us Weekly that despite appearing happy within his newlywed status, the singer “doesn’t feel whole.”

Justin Prays for Ex

Justin Bieber is struggling with the news of Selena Gomez’s recent hospitalization. According to sources, he “isn’t taking the news well” and has been caught crying in public, by paparazzi. Another source told Us Weekly that “he still loves Selena as a friend and is praying for her.” The singers dated on and off for a few years, but broke up for the final time this past spring. Justin has since married Hailey Baldwin.

Selena Seeking Treatment

Selena Gomez is getting treatment for a mental breakdown. The singer was hospitalized twice in the past two weeks, the latter of which was for an emotional breakdown, and is now at a facility getting treatment. Multiple sources have shared with TMZ that the 26-year-old had been dealing with an “emotional downward spiral” due to an “alarmingly low white blood cell count” in the wake of the kidney transplant she had last year. Once admitted to the hospital, Gomez wanted to leave and when told she couldn’t, she “freaked out” and had “a meltdown.” She is currently at an East Coast psychiatric facility and is “receiving dialectical behavior therapy”—which treats various health disorders. Gomez has received the DBT treatment in a previous rehab stint in 2014.

Selena Gomez Taking a Break

Selena Gomez announced she is taking a break from social media. She signed off with a good reminder for all.

–Quotable: “Taking a social media break. Again. As much as I am grateful for the voice that social media gives each of us, I am equally grateful to be able to step back and live my life present to the moment I have been given. Just remember- negative comments can hurt anybody’s feelings”.