We Made OKCupid Profiles for the Post-Breakup Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez
No matter how famous you are, breakups hurt. But we imagine they hurt even more if your ex happens to be one of the biggest pop stars in the world, their face plastered on televisions and billboards the world over. You can’t get away!
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, then, would seem to be doubly cursed, as their respective levels of fame means each can neither avoid their ex nor take time off to clear their head. There’s only one solution: These two need to rebound with someone else, fast.
We’ve already got some solutions, but why not open up the field to the greatest number of hotties possible? And so, just as we did with Selena’s pal Taylor Swift, we’ve decided to help out these two ex-lovebirds by making them each an online dating profile. Get ye to your next flings, Jelena!
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