“Well, I am sorry, first of all,” she toldRolling Stone when asked about Bieber's very public performance for her at a hotel bar. “Honestly, what I would love to be printed is that I am so beyond done with talking about that, and him.”
She was willing to admit that private-ish moments like that -- that fans then plaster all over the Internet -- do not make it any harder for her to show up at events like the American Music Awards, where Bieber also performed.
“I don't alter my life because of what people are going to talk about,” she told the magazine. “If I go and have a great time, I live my life and nothing is going to dictate how I feel unless I let it.”
Gomez might want to mention that whole being “so beyond done” talking about Bieber thing to, well, Bieber, as the 21-year-old seems to only want to talk about his famous ex -- not to mention, Instagram #TBT pictures of them together.
The “Sorry” singer even suggested they might get back together, telling Ellen DeGeneres, "We have a lot of history together and I am sure it could possibly happen. I think we are both just on our own journeys and figuring ourselves out, and I think maybe once we figure ourselves out, we can come back and make an awesome duo."
Despite not wanting to fuel rumors of a relationship -- or not -- with Bieber, Gomez couldn’t help it when discussing her new music, like the song, “Same Old Love.”
“I understand that,” she said when told that people will assume it is about a very specific relationship. “It's a song about a cycle, a cycle that people understand. It drives you mad, but it's beautiful. People have seen most of the choices that I've made in my life. And I love every choice that I've made, because now I understand how to apply that to my music. This is who I am. I'm glad my life was never perfect.”
Then again, Gomez might not have to worry about it at all. Bieber recently sealed rumors about a romance with Hailey Baldwin with a steamy kiss: