David Letterman wanted to have some girl talk with Selena Gomez during her appearance on "Late Show." He wanted to know all about her most recent boyfriends -- but specifically, he wanted to know about her and Justin Bieber.
"The last time he was on, he and I got into a conversation and he said something, then I said something," Letterman said. "And I made him cry."
"Well then, that makes two of us," Gomez quipped. The nod to her break-up with Bieber was worthy of a fist bump with Letterman. But The Hollywood Reporter said the dig, while funny, was the last thing the beleagured Bieber needs after a rough month abroad.
They also talked about her new film role in "Spring Breakers," and she revealed that co-star James Franco genuinely creeped her out when she first met him. "He stayed in character the whole time and luckily for me, my character was creeped out by him, becuase I genuinely was at first," she said. "That’s who I knew, until we started doing press and I realized he’s one of the most intelligent people I’ve ever met."
Gomez is riding a high right now. Her "Wizards of Waverly Place" special on Disney just scored huge ratings for Disney, and "Spring Breakers" hits theaters nationwide on Friday. "Late Show" airs every weeknight at 11:35 p.m. ET on CBS.
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