Selena Gomez Explains Why She's Not Looking For A Boyfriend Right Now

The star recently sat down with beauty YouTuber NikkiTutorials (real name Nikkie de Jager) to do a full face of makeup using her Rare Beauty products, talk all things makeup and more. Selena Gomez called Justin Bieber, The Weeknd and other ex-boyfriends "crazy" in a YouTube video with NikkieTutorials.

The makeup artist that usually does Selena's makeup is Hung Vanngo, who is also a good friend of hers: "He will be doing my makeup for my wedding, which is never gonna happen", the singer jokes.

"It's just amusing that I release things that say I want a boyfriend and stuff ... and I'm like, 'I didn't really mean it, though.' Guys are a lot of work", she went on to say. On why she's not interested in dating right now, she shared, "Guys are a lot of work".

Selena admitted that one of her favorite makeup looks throughout her career would be the one inher I Can't Get Enough's music video.

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"Every one of my exes think I'm insane, so I don't care", Gomez jokingly said.

American singer Selena Gomez has always been center of attention owing to her past high-profile relationships. But the former Disney darling didn't seem to be bothered by her exes' opinions, adding, "So, I don't care". Selena's famous ex-boyfriends include, Justin Bieber, The Weeknd and Nick Jonas, as well as her past rumored romances with Orlando Bloom and Niall Horan. "I feel like people are assuming or expecting this huge thing from me, and it's like 'what do you guys not know honestly?'" she laughs. "So I wanted to find a way to make this brand into a community-into a lifestyle that's beyond makeup".

Elsewhere in the chat, Gomez revealed that if she could go back in time, she would definitely warn her teenage self navigating through the entertainment industry. She went on to explain that having as much information as possible helped her no longer live in fear of mental illness. "It sucked for the first year. Just like the rest of the world, I am praying for safety, unity, and recovery during the pandemic", Elle quoted Gomez's post.

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