In an interview with Gossip Cop, Mandy Teefey, 41, has said that while she's 'not happy' about her 25-year-old daughter rekindling her romance with Justin Bieber, 23, 'Selena can live her life however she wants as long as she is happy, safe and healthy.' The 13 Reasons Why producer also admitted she hasn't spoken to the Sorry singer in 'years', even via text, despite her daughter having had a kidney transplant last summer.She told Gossip Cop: 'Selena is an adult and can make her own choices.' Teefey also debunked claims that she's no longer acting as her daughter's manager because of ongoing tensions between herself, Selena and Selena's stepfather Brian Teefey, who also managed the Wolves songstress' career.Charlie dished, “I don’t kiss and tell, but the only way a song like that can come across as real is if there’s something else going on behind the scenes. That’s why I’m always happy to sing it, even though it came from a dark point in my life,” he continued to say. But before anyone can get a chance to actually freak out about this, a source close to Selena recently told that the two never actually dated. Could it be that Charlie was perhaps reading a little too much into things at the time?After all, he did reveal that he wasn’t the only person on her mind. The 18-year-old singer was discovered by Biebs on You Tube back in 2012 when he was impressed by her amazing voice. No, not ever, ever, ever, ever, ever," she said on .
Dylan said in an interview, "We met on her set, I believe and we dated. While you most likely won't catch them hanging out, he's previously admitted there's no bad blood.
For many millennial kids who dedicated their tween years to all things Disney Channel, Nick Jonas and Miley Cyrus were a true iconic pairing.
They both emerged on Disney Channel around the same time and soon earned themselves the ship name of Niley.
Instantly, I wanted them all to go away just to be with him. When we were dating, Nick wanted me to get highlights – and so I did that, and I got myself looking great.
He started to shake my hand, and I said 'I don't do handshakes, I do hugs.' When he hugged me, I noticed his scratchy shirt and I blurted out: 'I hate your shirt! And then, on the day we broke up, I was like, I want to make my hair black now – I don’t want to look pretty; I want to look hard-core.