Justin Bieber Says He's Single and 'Not Really Looking,' Announces First U.S. Stadium Tour

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Justin Bieber is happy to be flying solo.
The Purpose artist sat down with Ellen DeGeneres for her Monday talk show, where he opened up about his relationship status, admitting, "I'm not seeing anybody."
"I'm not really looking, either," Bieber added.
The "Sorry" singer certainly isn't looking for love online. Bieber said he's "never" used Tinder, and said he's "not really" interested in ever using a dating app to spark a romance.
"You sound like you’re in a really good place," DeGeneres said. "You don’t need to be dating right now."
"Not at this very moment," the Biebs agreed.
However, the 22-year-old singer admitted that the most challenging thing about being on the road for his Purpose World Tour is the loneliness.
"That's probably the hardest thing," Bieber said. "Just being alone all the time. Because I'm always alone."
To combat the lonesomeness, Bieber says he brings along the most important companion of all -- his adorable dog, Esther. Not to mention his little brother, 7-year-old Jaxon, who occasionally comes to visit his big bro while he's on tour.
While he might feel lonely, Bieber must like something about being on the road. After the second leg of the star's European tour wraps in June, Bieber is kicking off his North American stadium tour, beginning with a performance at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, on Aug. 5.
Watch Bieber's full interview on Monday's Ellen. Check here for local listings.