October 17, 2013 11:12 AM EST
Union J George Shelley Gushes About Selena Gomez: 'Selena's one of the classiest girls I've ever met and I love class in girls' [PHOTOS]
The flirtation between Union J's singer, George Shelley and Selena Gomez continue. After Selena Gomez interview where she claims George never called her, the Union J singer explains why the date never happened. Plus, George once again gushes about Selena calling her one of the "classiest girls."
While Justin Bieber is trying to win back Gomez by his songs, another singer is winning Gomez over with his countless praises. Union J's curly-haired cutie, George Shelley once again talks about his undying crush over the "Come & Get It" singer.
"Selena's one of the classiest girls I've ever met and I love class in girls. She's a superstar, she's very busy and we're just starting out. It's a very tough situation. But she's very lovely," stated George in an interview with Now Magazine.
Aside from gushing over Selena, George talked about his date with Gomez along with his other band mates from Union J. Contrary to earlier reports something happened between Gomez and Shelley, nothing of the sort actually did occur.
"Nothing. We just chatted - all of us were there. It was lovely of her to invite us back to her place, but it was a private thing. We were a bit shocked it got into the papers. It highlighted the fact that you don't know who to trust," explained Shelley.
"I let her know the story was out and that I was shocked. It's all about having respect for yourself and the other person. It's nice to have some parts of your life private," continued the star.
Hopefully, George makes his move because as far as Selena is concerned, the "Come & Get It" singer has still been waiting for a call.
"I'm very offended that George didn't call me," quipped Selena during an interview with Capital FM Radio, adding, "I'm offended, I'm actually offended. I was like, 'Come on!'"
Would George Shelley and Selena Gomez date in the near future? Fans are crossing fingers that they would. Check out the slideshow to see more of George Shelley's "classiest lady," Selena Gomez.