October 26, 2012 12:48 PM EST
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez: Breaking-up over jealousy issues? [PHOTOS]
Hollywood's teen version of "Brangelina," Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, are (always) rumoured to be splitting up over jealousy issues. Do the rumours persist because there is an ounce of truth to it, or is it all baseless and untrue?
In a report by RadarOnline, a source said Justin and Selena "regularly come close to splitting."
"Selena can be so dramatic about Justin's exes, who aren't even in her league! They both engage in really petty arguments and it's killing their relationship," the source said further.
Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton reports a related story. And the report also boils down to an imminent break-up.
"Selena and Justin's relationship isn't the fairytale romance they'd like their fans to believe it is. Justin's heart is with Selena because she's his first true love, but Selena is pretty much just riding out the relationship because she knows he's good for her image," Hilton's sources said.
The "Jelena" fans are not expected to take the recent news sitting down. On RadarOnline, a news commenter posted: "This is b******t! You don't know anything (uppercase) about Jelena! So far I know, they're happy together and enjoying themselves, and they will (uppercase) last forever!"
Justin to Oprah: "I don't want [Selena] to ever feel like I'm ashamed of her."
Justin Bieber will tell the world how he feels for Selena Gomez, and he will do it in an interview with Oprah. (See the preview clip below.)
Asked how he and Selena manage dating in the Hollywood scene, the teen sensation told Oprah:
"We just sometimes ... we gotta take back exits. I never make [Selena] separate from me because I don't want her to ever feel like I'm ashamed of her. Because I feel like a lot of guys do that, especially in the business. They don't want to be seen with the girl, so they'll make them ride in separate cars. They'll do that 'get away' stuff. [Selena and I] get away where ... you know ... getting away together."
Justin will be seen on "Oprah's Next Chapter" on Nov. 25.