Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez to Build a Love Nest Together, Is Bieber Catching Up with Selena's Maturity?
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Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have reportedly purchased some land in Tarzana, Calif., according to a new report.
"Justin and Selena are building a massive home together. It’s just a dirt lot right now with some pipes, but it has a gorgeous panoramic view of the San Fernando Valley,” a source told Hollywood Life.
Justin and Selena are said to be building their love nest there, so the superstar couple could spend more time together. The duo already spend lots of their free time together in The Valley.
Gomez’s mother lives nearby in Woodland Hills area.
Amidst breakup rumors, Gomez and Bieber seem to be closer than ever. The 19-year-old singing sensation flew into Toronto Saturday, just in time to catch up with the 20-year-old former Disney starlet.
In Toronto, Gomez was spotted kissing Justin’s little half-brother Laxon Bieber, who accompanied Gomez at the premiere of her new film Hotel Transylvania.
Recent rumors have it that Gomez may have outgrown Bieber. She is allegedly feeling that the “Baby” singer has changed and is not the Bieber she fell in love with.
"Selena's seen a change in The Biebs," a source told the National Enquirer, "he's less kind to others, and to her, and gotten more full of himself.”
With the car chases and some wild incidents in the recent days, Bieber’s “escalating, wild-card behaviour worries her,” the insider added.
“He isn't the Justin she fell in love with, the 'dreamy' boyfriend she could have fun with and tell all her secrets to.”
While Bieber’s recent “bad boy” image is hurting the former Disney star’s desire to grow toward a more adult image, the “Baby” singer is apparently trying to catch up with his girlfriend.
Bieber believes that his new album “Believe” will unfold a new side of him to the world, proving that he is no longer a “teen heartthrob.”
The Canadian singing sensation revealed his ambition on TODAY show to be aired Thursday.
"I feel like I just don't want to be another teen heartthrob, 'cause that's just -- I just think that that just annoys me," Bieber told Ryan Seacrest of NBC News.
"To think that that's what people will -- will think of me -- I just want to prove people wrong."
"I think 'Believe' is really showcased what I'm capable of, especially becoming an 18-year-old and becoming an adult. And hearing older people say, 'Wow, this new album's great. Like I didn't know that was Justin Bieber.' Or, you know, 'Wow, like I never used to listen to Justin Bieber's music, and now I like his music.' Or -- 'This, 'As Long As You Love Me,' that's Justin Bieber singing?’” Bieber said.
"Like, I like those reactions, because I feel like they're now judging me based on my music and not based on, you know, my, a flick of my hair. You know?”
"I feel like, in some ways, I'm -- I am the underdog,” Bieber told Seacrest.
"Because it's like there's -- there's people that don't believe like that, you know, I can make the transition from being a teen pop star to -- an adult. So I think that -- yeah, definitely."
The next stage for Justin Bieber’s road to genuine superstardom is a Grammy Award.
"That's something that I've always -- when I was little, like, 'Oh, my God, like what if I won a Grammy? That would be crazy.' So that's one of the things that I'm still striving for,” Bieber told Seacrest.
With Bieber eager to catch up with Gomez on the road to maturity, their new home may be proven to be a worthy investment for the lovebirds' future.© 2013 Fashion & Style.com All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Sep 15, 2012 09:31 AM EDT