Selena Gomez Talks About Justin Bieber and Her Stay At A Rehab Clinic

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 8 February 2014

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Selena showing off a belt buckle she received from Simon Cowell.

LOS ANGELES - Pop singer Selena Gomez has spoken about her recent two-week stay at The Henry & Betty Ford Rehab Clinic.

She talked with Tapioca Swizzle of Tittle Tattle Tonight and said that the stress from all of the media questions about her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber got to her.

Selena said that it seems that all that reporters wanted to talk about was her relationship with Bieber whom she called the biggest little loser she has ever known.

She pointed out that he still calls her a dozen times a day even though she never answers his calls.

Gomez told Miss Swizzle that she should never have gone back to the little twit after the first time that she dumped him.

She explained that he would call her up and beg her to please give him one more chance. Selena noted that one more chance turned into two and then three, and eventually to thirteen.

The "A Year Without Rain" singer said that it was her idea to check herself into The Henry & Betty Ford Clinic.

She commented that her BFF and fellow Texan, Demi Lovato talked to her about it and said that it really wasn't so bad and that the food was fairly good and that the staff members knew dozens of Governor Chris Christie jokes.

Lovato accompanied Selena to the clinic and the two put on a little mini-concert for all of the patients, the staff, and two FedEx deliverymen.

SIDENOTE: Part of Selena's therapy is to never, ever again mention the name Justin Bieber unless it is in a totally negative way.

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