Justin Bieber is moving on following his split from Selena Gomez. The Baby singer has hinted that he has met someone new in a revealing interview with Complex magazine, but has admitted his previous relationship sometimes affects the way he behaves around her.
"Even like – I'm kind of seeing this girl, right?" Justin said. "I'm shy about doing or saying certain things, and then I say it and it's not even a problem. And I'll remember when I couldn't… You're just scarred and you don't do something because in your last relationship they'd freak out, but [the new person is] just like, 'What are you talking about?'"
Justin Bieber has revealed he is dating again
Although Justin has stayed quiet about the new girl in his life, he has recently linked to Xenia Deli, the model who starred in his music video for What Do You Mean?, and also faces constant speculation about the nature of his friendship with Hailey Baldwin.
Justin and Selena may have called time on their relationship after a tumultuous three years, but he has learned a lot from their time together.
"Don't fall in love," he joked. "No I'm just kidding. I learned a lot. I moved in with my girlfriend when I was 18. Started my own life with her. It was a marriage kind of thing. Living with a girl, it was just too much at that age."
Justin dated Selena Gomez for three years
He added: "When stuff would happen, I would lose my freakin' mind, and she would lose her mind, and we would fight so hard because we were so invested in each other. Love is a choice. Love is not a feeling. People have made it seem in movies that it's this fairy tale."
Selena also opened up about her relationship with Justin in a recent interview with ELLE magazine, saying that she too was dating but not in a rush to meet someone.
"Finding somebody is not my main focus," she said. "I've dated people. I've been on a few dates, which is exciting. But I've never wanted to get into anything serious, because I kind of did that."
However she wouldn't rule out getting back with her ex, simply telling the publication – "I don't know" – when asked about a possible reunion.