Selena Gomez has one dedicated boyfriend.
The actress's beau of more than a year, Justin Bieber, tells Seventeen magazine, "I'm just trying to make [Selena] happy, that's all. I think it's important to make all women feel like they're princesses, because every girl is a princess. I'm serious."
We don't doubt him for a second, especially with the elaborate dates he's planned for his lady love, including renting out the entire Los Angeles Staples Center for a private dinner and viewing of the movie "Titanic."
Of course, Bieber is already living a much more grown-up lifestyle than the majority of other 18-year-olds -- looking to buy a multimillion dollar home, $100,000 cars, touring the world -- and in his transition to adulthood, he's released a more mature sound on his latest single, "Boyfriend." Although his fan base primarily consists of young girls, he's excited to grow with his fans.
"A lot of times, when artists grow older, they lose their younger fans because they're just trying to get older fans. But if you try to make good music, then you'll just appease everybody," he told the magazine. "I just want to make music that's good for everybody."
Making good music is what Bieber takes seriously and he's aware that his young fan base isn't scoring him any cool points with male listeners, but it's a challenge he's ready to accept.
"I feel like it’s my responsibility to be the greatest I can be. If I start making terrible music, I don’t expect people to like me. If I’m making great music and there’s no reason for people to dislike me, that’s when it’s going to make me upset," he recently told Complex magazine. "People just need to take a chance and listen. If they don’t want to take a chance, then I don’t know. That’s going to be the biggest problem, to make them feel like it’s cool for them to like my music.”
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