Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are not “talking marriage,” despite a new report. The article even claims the actress wants to “start a family” with Bieber, but Gossip Cop can correct this. We’re told the story is “fabricated.”
“Top-Secret Wedding? Selena ‘Ready To Start A Family’ With ‘Soulmate’ Bieber,” reads the headline of a new RadarOnline article. According to the website, Bieber and Gomez are “convinced” they’re meant to be “together forever.” A so-called “friend of Gomez” allegedly tells the outlet, “Justin told Selena that he wants to make her his wife and she is 100 percent all about it.” The blog’s questionable “source” goes on to assert that Gomez “fully believes” Bieber is “her soulmate,” before adding that she’s ready to have children with him.
There is, however, one problem with RadarOnline’s story: the truth. Bieber and Gomez, who reunited in October, are not “already talking marriage.” Equally absurd is the claim about the rekindled couple wanting to “start a family together.” As Gossip Cop has previously noted, Gomez’s relationship with Bieber has been somewhat exaggerated in the media, with far too many outlets pushing false narratives about the pair. In reality, Bieber and Gomez’s relationship is much more low-key and they’re not ready to consider marriage, let alone having children.
Regardless, Gossip Cop still checked in with a source close to the singer-actress, who on the condition of anonymity dismissed the site’s newest report as “fabricated.” Even though Gomez talked about reuniting with Bieber in a new interview with Billboard, noting that she “cherish[es]” people who have “impacted” her life, their rekindled relationship isn’t as serious as people think.
It should be noted, this isn’t the first time Gossip Cop has busted RadarOnline for posting an off-base report about the two stars. For example, we corrected the outlet in November when it wrongly claimed Gomez’s friends were upset about her reunion with Bieber. The latest article about them looking to wed and start a family is also fiction.