You Have to Listen to This Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber Mashup

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Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber together at a basketball game in 2012.

In case you forgot: the "Lose You to Love Me" singer began dating Canadian singer in 2017. "Now their chapter is officially closed and done", wrote Andy in the video's description.

In the video, the ex's are made to seem like they're having a conversation. They were reported to have taken a break in August. He's even seen forlornly taking a behold out at the ocean from a cliff as his lyrics, "Yeah, I do know that I suggest you might maybe well down / Is it too gradual to tell I'm sorry now?" play over Sel's piano melody.

"This literally sounds like I'm listening to both sides of the story". Following a single as good as "Bad Liar" would be a hard feat, but the directness of this single brings us behind-the-scenes of the Selena and Justin media cycle with heartfelt sincerity.

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The mashup is heartbreaking and catchy all at the same time and really offers listeners a different look at the former couple's tumultuous relationship by incorporating both their song lyrics and perspectives. His first mashup covered the pair's careers from 2008 and 2016.

Selena and The Weeknd started dating in January 2017. Us Weekly reported that the final breakup was in March 2018. They were married for a year, married in a NY courthouse in September 2018.

The mashup comes not long after the Disney Channel alum hinted at hoping "the individual" who broke her heart hears "Lose You to Love Me," but added "my intentions are never evil".

Singers Selena Gomez (L) and Justin Bieber arrive at the 2011 American Music Awards held at Nokia Theatre L.A.

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