Selena Gomez defends her body following criticism

Mar 24, 2018, 08:10
Selena Gomez defends her body following criticism

It's believed that Justin and Selena could potentially reconcile if things smooth out regarding the relationship Gomez shares with her family members.

Earlier this week it was revealed that Justin and Selena were taking a "break" so that Selena could have time to focus on herself and it seems like the time apart is hard for the Biebs. She also shared footage of her having fun with her friends on a boat in Sydney. However, Selena has hit back with her own comment on the pressures placed on women to look "flawless". The "Wolves" singer told Harper's Bazaar last month that she'll have a better year in 2018 because "anyone who knows me knows I will always start with my health and my well-being".

What do you mean Justin Bieber is moving on from Selena Gomez?

The post comes days after Selena's BFF and kidney donor Francia Raisa opened up about the depression both she and the former Disney child star suffered following their operations. "It's so annoying when I see it all over the place and everybody thinks they can bring me down", she explained. If you notice, Selena keeps her friends and Justin separate - when she's with Justin, it's just Justin, and when she's with her old friends, it's just them.

Videos have emerged of the 25-year-old relaxing with pals in Australia, as she attended the Hillsong Conference - a Christian worshipping event.

Reports claim that fans were so hurt by the public outing of the duo that they started targeting Champion on her social media pages, angered by the fact that she had been spending time with Justin Bieber. "They don't really overlap anymore". In it, she fired back at the haters, saying the main change was that she was now taking care of herself.

Selena recently made headlines after sharing an empowering message about the "perfection myth". "Yeah, it was the first time I'd ever been called fat", Selena said.

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