Listen, Selena Gomez, I understand that you are not alone on the celebrity front, trying to keep your relationship under the radar, but you're NOT fooling anybody!
You've been photographed holding hands with Justin Bieber, you were caught kissing at the Vanity Fair Oscar after-party. You dressed in his favorite color purple at the LA premier of his hit film Never Say Never. You've visited him on his tour in Malaysia, stayed with him for a romantic weekend at the St. Regis Hotel in Orange County, Calif., and been seen going for romantic walks on the beach in Venice, Calif.
So why do you persist in pretending that you aren't involved? You recently refused to confirm your coupledom on an appearance on the Ellen Show.
Now, you've just told Seventeen magazine that you "didn't know" if you've ever been in love. And you clearly told the mag that you wouldn't talk about Justin because there was no mention of him. Hmm!
Now, Selena, your silence on your relationship is typical of many celebrity couples. Ever since screen icons Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy kept their love affair unconfirmed for decades, stars and their publicists have persisted in believing that stars should go so far as to lie about and deny a relationship, rather than fess up.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie insisted they were "just friends" for months before photographs of the couple on vacation with her son Maddox outed the pair.
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson denied for months that they were romantically involved. When asked, they pulled out that favorite Hollywood response: "We're just friends!" Only when they were photographed holding hands was the romance "officially" confirmed.
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