Justin Bieber may only be 18 years old, but unlike many men twice his age, he knows how to pick up on little hints his lady drops and then act on them.
Want proof? In the new issue of Elle magazine, Selena Gomez talks about the time Justin rented out L.A.'s Staples Center so the two could enjoy a private screening of Titanic. She says, "I had just mentioned it in the car -- all I said is that I really want to see Titanic again, and..."
Selena adds, "If I'll share anything with you, it's that [Justin] really is a hopeless romantic."
In the interview, Selena also talks about her decision to play a "bad girl" in the upcoming film Spring Breakers. "I get offered the teenybopper movies, and I've done that. I haven't done a mega-hundred-billion-dollar Transformers movie, but that's not what I want to do either," she explains.
She also clears up a misconception about kids who get their start as Disney stars, namely that they have no creative control over their careers. "Disney is a machine, so people automatically assume that you can't work for the channel unless you act and sing and dance and sign up for all that," she tells Elle. "That's absolutely not true. I always did everything the way I wanted to do it."
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