Selena Gomez trying to 'erase' Justin Bieber from her life

Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez

SELENA Gomez is trying to "erase" Justin Bieber from her life and doens't even want to say his name anymore, according to HollywoodLife.

The 21-year-old pop star, who has had an on/off relationship with the 'Boyfriend' hitmaker for a few years, is reportedly attempting to forget the 20-year-old singer so she can move on with her life.

According to HollywoodLife, while Selena was shooting her Adidas Neo commercial in New York City last month, she asked for all traces of Justin to be removed from her working environment and didn't even want to say his name.

A source said: "A few of the camera guys names were Justin and her team asked [if] their names be changed so she didn't have to say the name Justin."

The request came just a few days after the pair were spotted hanging out together in McAllen, Texas, before going to a dance studio to rehearse.

Meanwhile, Justin has been linked to a number of beauties, since the pair reportedly had a "huge fight", including 18-year-old model Yovanna Ventura and Selena's friend Kylie Jenner.

But Selena isn't bothered by the rumours and claims Justin can date whomever he likes.

A source added: "If he wants to date [a] teenager like Kylie or a wannabe model, then let him. She's done and moving on from the broken promises and drama."

Topics:  celebrity entertainment justin bieber selena gomez

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