Is Selena Gomez's New Song About Justin Bieber?

Photo: David Fisher/Rex USA.
Forget Romeo and Juliet. Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber have us all caught up in their angst-ridden love story. It's like watching a tennis match with a beating heart as the ball, or a he said/she said conducted over the Billboard charts. Obviously, we can't get enough.

Just this week Bieber admitted to being "heartbroken" over some anonymous relationship (cough, cough, Selena). Now, it's Gomez's turn to have her say. The pop star's upcoming album, Revival — you know, the one with that racy, topless cover art — includes the just-released single, "Same Old Love," featuring Charli XCX. Gomez shared an audio video of the tune yesterday, and let's just say that the lyrics seem to be pointing to a certain Canadian singer.

"Take away all your things and go / You can't take back what you said, I know / I've heard it all before, at least a million times / I'm not one to forget, you know," she croons at the beginning of the song.

The chorus really piles it on, with Gomez singing she's "so sick of that same old love."

Hmm. Let's hope the Biebs doesn't take the song too personally. We can't handle any more crying. Listen to the whole song below.
Video: Courtesy VEVO.
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