Selena Gomez “Emotional Wreck” Over Justin Bieber Cannes Partying?

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By Shari Weiss

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“Looks like the relationship of Hollywood’s most fickle young couple, Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber, has hit an all-time low — at least for one of them,” writes OK!, which claims Gomez was an “emotional wreck” in Beverly Hills last week.

“She was bawling. Her whole body was trembling, and she kept covering her face with her hands and shaking her head. It looked like something really bad had happened,” an “eyewitness” tells the magazine.

And yet there’s not one photograph to support this claim of a public meltdown, despite Gomez being one of the most popular paparazzi targets.


Anyway, OK! writes that “by now, everyone around the increasingly fragile singer knows that those tears are the direct result of her ex’s bad behavior.”

The tabloid goes on to somehow connect Bieber’s “partying with a bevy of famous beauties” at the Cannes Film Festival to Gomez allegedly “breaking down.”

“The reports of him dating other girls are driving Selena into a depression,” claims OK!.

A so-called “source” further says, “She feels like no one understands what she’s going through and is dealing with the heartache in the worst possible way — alone.”

And if that’s not enough, OK! even peddles quotes from Gomez’s grandparents, alleging her “agents” are pushing her to get back together with her “troubled love.”

Of course, this is the same magazine that claimed just last month that a supposed Gomez-Bieber “sex tape” was close to leaking.

In other words: OK! doesn’t have the most accurate Gomez sources.

An actual Gomez insider tells Gossip Cop exclusively, “Selena is at the best place she has been in years.”

There haven’t been any “meltdowns,” our insider assures us, adding, “Nobody on her team has gotten into her personal life.”

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