Justin Bieber & Selena Gomez Featured together

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Well, what we have today in our blog will surely blow your mind. The duo is back well no guessing this time it’s Bieber and his Ex Selena Gomez as both of them will be featured in a surprise duet, ‘Strong’,  and its setting the Internet on fire — especially since the song sounds like an anthem dedicated to their epic love story.

We can’t deny the Fact that both Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez make pretty sweet music together. We know this because the former couple dropped a song titled “Strong” on Drake’s OVO Sound Radio late Oct. 17, and even after the first verse, it’s clear that the sultry, sexy jam tells the story of how these two fell in love — then fell apart.

“There’s no sophistication in my lack of patience. I’m just wishing you were better at communication,” sings Selena at the start of her duet with her former boyfriend. “As I sit here steady waiting, wishing that you would call my name.” From there, the song progresses into a literal back and forth between Selena and Justin, as each explains the heartbreak over a failed relationship and the struggle to understand where it all went wrong.

The duet, which came literally out of nowhere on Saturday night, has fans meticulously picking apart the lyrics, hoping to decipher clues as to what went wrong between Selena and Justin in real life. Their romance has had it’s share of ups and downs through the years, but the line that sticks out for most, sung by both Selena and Justin, may hint at a shared blame over the rocky road they’ve endured. “Wishing I was better at this damn thing, cause it’s just been too long and I can’t change.”

“There’s no sophistication in my lack of patience
I’m just wishing you were better at communication
As I sit here steady waiting
Wishing that you would call my name in

Wishing I was better with the distance

It’s cause you’re the only one I’m really missing
Nobody else would be forgiving
Cause of all the love that you give me
All of the love that you give me
All of the love that you give me

Revival [Deluxe Edition]
Wishing I was better at this damn thing
Cause it’s just been too long and I can’t change
Wishing I was better at this damn thing
Cause it’s just been too long and I can’t change

Gotta be strong, strong, strong
Gotta be strong, strong, strong

What should I do? Should I go?
Who do I talk to? Nobody knows
Who knows the answer to all of my question
When will I get over this, over this

Wishing I was better with the distance

It’s cause you’re the only one I’m really missing
Nobody else would be forgiving
Cause of all that love that you give me
All of the love that you give me
All of the love that you give me
(Wishing I was better at this damn thing
Cause it’s just been too long and I can’t change)
Wishing I was better at this damn thing
Cause it’s just been too long and I can’t change

Gotta be strong, strong, strong
Gotta be strong, strong, strong”

But a good news is that Selena Gomez is all grown up. The singer spoke with Refinery29 and opened up about her music, Justin Bieber, and being comfortable with a sexy image.

“It’s not something where I’m like, let me glorify what I do in the bedroom,” she explained. “But I think I have a very healthy perspective on my sexuality. It’s part of being an adult, and I’m still figuring out how to be one of those, too.”

Billboard Cover: Selena Gomez on Her New Chapter — ‘I’ve deserved This. I Earned it. This Is All Me’. On the Bieber relationship, she shared that “of course I got my heart broken,” but said that she — and he — is now in a good place.

?“At this point, there is no anger,” she said. “There’s closure in a very good, healthy way. We’ve seen each other. I’m always encouraging and I am proud of his journey. I think people are making it out to be something that is more tragic than it really was. We grew up together. We both made mistakes. That’s it.”

As for her fellow former Disney stars like Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato, there have often been feud rumors between the women, but Gomez says that’s in the past. “Everyone has found their identity in a really interesting way. We didn’t come out as these robots that looked and dressed the same. We had to go through our own shit. At the end of the day, it’s respecting every female artist’s choice in how she expresses herself because that’s what she wants.”

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