Justin Bieber Worries Roast Hurting Selena Gomez; Plans Apology
The telecast of the Comedy Central Roast for Justin Bieber isn’t airing until March 30, but the young pop star is already making plans in advance to apologize to his former flame Selena Gomez. Bieber is said to be concerned because the comedians and personalities who roasted him said plenty of things about Gomez, too. Read on.
Although Justin Bieber initially tried to laugh off the jabs and burns from the roast done on him at Comedy Central, he’s apparently changing his mind over the actual broadcast. According to Hollywood Life, Bieber is slowly regretting how his ex-girlfriend, whom he dated from 2010 to 2013, came off.
“Justin wants to reach out to her before the telecast and apologize for what she might see. But he’s going to wait and see the final cut of the show to see if he needs to reach out at all,” revealed a source exclusively on the website.
Before the event, Bieber was said to be nervous about the roast, especially when it touched on Selena Gomez, who apparently wanted him to ask the roasters to spare her with their jokes. But they went at him and, in the process, went at her, too. According to Perez Hilton, Bieber became upset when Jeff Ross, Natasha Leggero, Chris D’ Elia and even Snoop Dogg took jabs at Gomez. Despite this, Bieber still thanked everyone involved and tweeted that the roast was “one of the best nights ever.”
Meanwhile, Gomez’s current boyfriend DJ Zedd is making sure that when the roast airs, the young star will be busy in the recording studio. He’s trying to protect her from all of this.
Gomez, naturally, appreciates what her boyfriend is doing and apparently gushed about him to friends like Taylor Swift and Ellie Goulding, saying that Zedd is “such a gentleman and makes her feel like she’s the only girl in the world.”
Do you think Justin Bieber should make good his apology or should Selena Gomez just suck it up?
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