Selena Gomez Suffering From Lupus: Will Justin Bieber Come Back in Singers Life?

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By Sonalee singh | December 30, 2013 9:45 PM EST

In a recent revelation it has come to surface that Selena Gomez may be suffering from auto-immune disease Lupus. According to US reports, "The singer allegedly cancelled her Australian tour due to the complications, which rose from the disease."

Apparently, Selena has been suffering from Lupus for many years now. According to a source to News.com.au, "Selena has been going full throttle the past few years and her lupus is really catching up with her right now. Selena knows that she needs to take some time to address the disease and look after herself better if she wants to live a full and healthy life."

Do you think that Selena's Lupus complications may bring Justin Bieber back into Selena's life? Justin has recently expressed his feelings for Selena Gomez. The singer told a radio station that he loves Selena Gomez till this day. The "Baby" singer has even written few songs including "All That Matters" and "Heart Breaker" for his ex-girlfriend.

If the source are to be believed than Selena Gomez never wanted the world to know about her disease. "She doesn't want it to affect people's opinions of her and what she's capable of. This is her own personal business and she wants to keep it that way," says a source to Radaronline.com, adding, "She is embarrassed by it. But her family and friends always tell her that they love her just the same."

It has also been rumored that Selena is planning to go to rehab and she even announced to the world that she has cancelled her Australian tour, as she wants to spend sometime with herself.

Even Justin Bieber announced that he would be taking some time off from his busy schedule to be with his family and friends. We hope that Selena Gomez's rising complications bring the ex-couple closer.

Let us know what you think about Selena Gomez hiding her alleged disease Lupus. Do you think this will bring Justin Bieber close to the "Come And Get It" singer?

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