Justin Bieber Reveals Which 'Purpose' Tracks Were Inspired By Selena Gomez
Justin Bieber isn't ruling out a reconciliation with his first love, Selena Gomez.
The "Sorry" singer, who admitted that he doesn't know if he's "over" his breakup with his former GF, is saying that the two could "possibly" get back together in the future and be an "awesome duo."
"I think we are both on our own journeys of figuring ourselves out," Justin told Ellen DeGeneres while making an appearance on her show. "I think maybe once we figure ourselves out we can come together and make an awesome duo or she'll find someone awesome and I'll find someone awesome. I just want her to be happy, honestly."
Beliebers will get an inside glimpse into their relationship when they listen to Justin's album, Purpose. He revealed that "What Do You Mean," a "little bit" of "Sorry," and a track titled "Mark My Words" were written about Selena, who he dated on and off from 2010 to 2013.
"There's a lot of stuff that reminds me of her," he said before performing an acoustic version of "Sorry." "In relationships, you see something on TV and you’re like remember when we used to watch this? Or I remember this smell it reminds me of the time..."